South Coast’s rep for developing new work makes another strong showing.
More than a mere play collection, the author’s new anthology is a meta-meditation on identity, memory, and meaning.
Known for plays that call out social injustice, the ecofeminist writer returns to an earlier, more hopeful work—but she hasn’t lost her sting.
Volumes by Judith Malina and Daniel Sacks wrestle with revolutionary truths—one via poetry, the other through theory.
With Yako 440, Israel’s new show at the BRIC, accompanied by a retrospective exhibit, both mourns and celebrates his jazzbo dad, steven ben israel.
An Anatomized Philippic Regarding the Relationship of Disability to the Contemporary American Theatre