The musical ‘Hadestown’ took top honors in a hopeful ceremony that pointed the way forward for the theatre field.
In ‘Ms. Blakk for President,’ the two are unearthing a forgotten slice of queer history and drawing parallels to today’s presidential race.
Her Pulitzer-winning play ‘Fairview’ is about why white people should make space for people of color; she’s amused that it’s controversial.
How ‘Vietgone’ and ‘Poor Yella Rednecks’ subverts the Asian-as-foreigner trope to tell a distinctly American story.
Increasingly, the best theatre in America can be found Off-Broadway and regionally. It’s time for the Tonys to recognize that.
What should we expect from the U.S. theatre’s field-wide changing of the guard? A new generation of leaders gives cause for cautious optimism.
There are signs of positive change, certainly, though the data show they’re slow and small and qualified.
10 new artistic directors talk about their visions for their communities, and for the theatre field writ large.
Experimental theatre artists Heidi Schreck, Daniel Fish, Taylor Mac, and Young Jean Lee aren’t so much joining the Broadway conversation as leading it.
The ‘Hamilton’ star is back onstage for a Suzan-Lori Parks play and reflects on what he learned from acting in the Bay Area.