At the helm of one of America’s great ensembles, she led Steppenwolf—and the American theatre—to ever greater height, depth, and breadth.
A look back and a look forward.
Deafness and disability have been marginalized from our stages. How can we change that picture?
How are we doing? Here’s a checklist for a fieldwide check-in.
Imagine a world—even a department store—without art.
10 reasons the arts are an important national priority.
Art is not made by committee. So what do we expect our boards to do?
Broadway is fine and well, but it’s not the place to gauge the health of American playwriting.
We can only risk when we’re strong.
Theatre and its impact are not wasted on the young.