In the tale of a century-old serial murder case, the feminist theatre company finds a resonant and literally immersive fable of abuse.
The Contemporary American Theatre Festival brings political, edgy, evocative new work to loyal audiences in this idyllic West Virginia town.
The ‘Frozen’ songwriters mount a long-gestating dream project at La Jolla Playhouse while balancing high expectations and a hefty childcare bill.
A new revival of Frank Galati and Stephen Flaherty’s ‘Loving Repeating’ celebrates the life and language of the influential American expat writer.
Culled from 50,000 high school students nationwide, a final 52 performers made their Broadway debut to compete for the Jimmy Awards.
Conference attendees listened to one of America’s great listeners, StoryCorps’ Dave Isay, as he shared both how he captures people’s lives on tape—and why it’s worth doing.
American Theatre Wing’s program for new arrivals teaches things they didn’t learn in school.
The author’s new play about the advance of technology offers tweet seats, an interactive hallway entrance and a microsite.
While CBS ran commercials, a lot of important, even historic, awards were doled out.
The theatre’s Disability Visibility Project aims to encourage more productions from a growing theatrical literature, and more work for disabled artists.