As he starts a job leading the theatre that changed his life, he wants to return the favor and make some changes there.
Playwright Mark Medoff, who won the Tony and the Olivier for his play Children of a Lessser God and who taught screenwriting and acting the University of New Mexico for 27 years, died on April 23 at the age of 79. I first met Mark Medoff at an audition. It was at the Mark Taper Forum annex in Los Angeles, and I was reading for him and the director Gordon Davidson, for a role in Mark’s new play, Children of a Lesser God. Though I had…
The new musical’s creators think they’ve upended the material’s sexist tropes; apparently they don’t see that ‘man in a dress’ jokes are inherently transphobic.
Join us for a panel discussion about current trends in Japanese theatre at the Martin E. Segal Center.
L.A.’s resident classic rock clowns take a stab at Shakespeare’s Roman tragedy.
That may be the wrong question for an art from expressly built to die and be reborn.
The shows in this year’s new-play fest at Actors Theatre of Louisville were in dialogue with past offerings, no doubt, but also with our current moment.
The actor discusses his career, the challenge of translating Shakespeare into American Sign Language, and his wish for an all-ASL show on Broadway.
Two reporters turn their eyes to Japanese theatre of the past, present, and future.
How ‘The Jungle’ grew around a refugee camp in Calais, inspiring a theatre company with global ambitions.