The founder of Chelsea Theater Center was a force from the 1960s onward, doing plays no one else would do and encouraging similar boldness in his colleagues.
Money doesn’t just fall into her lap, but there’s no question she has a knack for fundraising at Williamston Theatre.
Costume designers, who spend their lives clothing fictional characters, tell us what they’re wearing (and why).
Inspired by her grandfather’s home, the playwright pens her new play ‘Summer Retreat.’
After countless workshops, readings, and revisions, Carey Crim’s “Conviction” is ready to open at the Rubicon, directed by Scott Schwartz.
Northville, Michigan’s new production of James Kuhl’s play about a secret brotherhood, marks its maiden foray into new-play production.
The well-known Jewish play gets re-imagined in Cleveland.
His increasingly popular works run the gamut from hilarious to heartfelt, with a touch of macabre.