An excerpt from a new book about the lessons learned from staging the work of 2 major English writers.
In streamlining its offerings, the annual Omaha new-play gathering has gained what visiting artists see as an increase in collegiality, support, and breathing room.
Why a new same-sex revision of the classic Off-Broadway musical, with tweaks by original lyricist/librettist Tom Jones, may work even better than the original boy-girl version.
A new musical at the Alliance Theatre, based on the Eddie Murphy/Dan Aykroyd switcheroo comedy, has traded out a few elements.
This year’s Regional Tony Award winner, nestled on the campus of the University of Chicago, takes an approach to the classics that isn’t merely academic.
This week we talk to the playwright of ‘Alma’ and ‘In His Hands’ about intimacy, religion, poetic realism, and Mario Kart.
The longtime artistic director of Oregon Children’s Theatre lived out his passion for supporting the development of others, both onstage and off.
The Public Theater founder’s life and legacy, traced in a documentary on PBS, may be best understood, and built upon, as part of the U.S. regional theatre movement.
From ‘In Love and Warcraft’ to ‘Queen,’ she’s one of the theatre’s busiest and most versatile playwrights, though her success has come with its share of pain and disillusionment.
Ali is the second annual recipient of one of the nation’s largest nonprofit theatre commissions, which includes a cash prize of $35,000, a residency at the Hermitage, and a developmental workshop in a major arts capital.