Artists behind the 1977 premiere of María Irene Fornés’s groundbreaking play compare notes with artists from a new revival.
The monologuist is telling his most personal story ever at the Public Theatre, and he finds that music helps the medicine go down.
Moving work from one language to another is an art unto itself, and adapting it for the stage only adds layers of challenge and meaning.
The free writing she taught us may have opened us up, but she also subtly framed and shaped our sense of theatrical form.
Displacement, discomfort, and diaspora are among the themes this bicoastally grounded, globally minded playwright keeps returning to.
A drag performer and playwright fiercely embodies his own speculations about beauty and imperfection.