A master’s legacy lives on.
It was when I embraced my ethnicity that I became the playwright I am.
A chorus of voices proposes crucial goals for the American theatre—and suggests some creative ways of getting there.
Doing ‘Medea’ put her in touch with emotions she usually avoids, but as she learned, there can be great bliss in the release of rage.
August Wilson’s Pittsburgh, and the black American experience, translated into Chinese and transposed to China.
An interview with Philip Kan Gotanda about his play ‘Ballad of Yachiyo.’
We may not have realized we were building long-lasting institutions to make theatre. But now that we have them, what should we do with them?
An American giant in her dotage weighs in on success, fear, love, and idealism.
Sam Shepard, like Elvis, has found an infectious groove in the cracks of American mythology.
Why does the author of ‘True West’ write plays? To see and hear things he can’t find anywhere else.