More interactive than immersive, Andrew Hoepfner’s new show invites audiences to stretch their imaginations together and alone.
The British-born director curates her Tribeca theatre with an eye on design, a taste for discomfort and a curiosity about who the work is for.
In a new exhibit for Atlanta’s Center for Civil and Human Rights, the New York director highlights the theatricality, and the drama, of the Civil Rights Movement.
Sprinting steadily from Steppenwolf to Broadway and back again, the Tony-winning director isn’t even out of breath.
Daniel Kitson reveals his latest creation ‘Analog.Ue’ at St. Ann’s Warehouse after months of speculation by fans.
Daniel Beaty and Moisés Kaufman join forces to bring the legendary actor/singer/activist to vivid life in ‘The Tallest Tree in the Forest.’
The actress finds her own method (no, not that Method) of burrowing into a character.
At BAM and beyond, his plays propel the willing on a rueful search for meaning.
Materials for her award-winning designs come from just about anywhere. Seriously.