With a Broadway debut about disabled folks and their caretakers, the playwright of ‘Sanctuary City’ and ‘Ironbound’ is again writing at the margins.
A play may not convince anyone but it can share information, hold a space for grief and complexity, de-stigmatize abortion, and rally troops demoralized by the fall of Roe.
From ‘In Love and Warcraft’ to ‘Queen,’ she’s one of the theatre’s busiest and most versatile playwrights, though her success has come with its share of pain and disillusionment.
The playwright of ‘English’ and ‘Wish You Were Here’ writes disarming comedies about Iranian women, all the better to sneak in frank insights about language and loss.
5 monologues by Asian American writers, performed by Asian American actors over 60, comprise a new NAATCO anthology at the Public Theater.
Lloyd Suh’s play, which will be the most-produced of the coming season, speaks directly both to our tangled past and our complicated present.
New memoirs by Quiara Alegría Hudes and David Adjmi describe their arduous journeys to find themselves, as well as the communities that shaped them.
The racist stereotypes and erasure perpetuated on white-dominated U.S. stages have real-world consequences outside the theatre.
What our departing senior editor’s education and writing career has to say about the value of training and experience.
The downtown playwright and theatremaker talks about her aesthetic and DIY work ethic, and how much of each she’ll bring to her new post.