“Sleep No More” may be all the rage, but stateside companies such as Third Rail Projects, Bricolage Production Company, and La Jolla Playhouse are creating works that let audiences break the rules.
‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin: An Unfortunate History’ at Egopro Classic Theater stirs casting controversy.
In the production at GALA Hispanic Theatre, the creative team used projection and portraits to tackle Isabel Allende’s non-linear narrative.
In Theater Latté Da and Hennepin Theatre Trust’s production of Elton John’s musical, the creative team placed the action in at once a modern museum and ancient Egypt.
In mounting Stephen Sondheim’s ‘Assassins,’ Milwaukee Rep created a revolving carnival on two turntables.
Noah Haidle’s newest play Smokefall, which features two fetuses discussing the outside world, “only makes sense in the context of theatre.”
In the name of realism, American playwrights are making adventurous use of languages other than English.
The ‘Sons of Anarchy’ star talks about why she keeps coming to the New York stage.
Howard Brenton’s play imagines Henry VIII’s ill-fated second wife as a major player in a religious struggle.
Innovations in artistic practice take center stage at TCG’s 2012 National Conference in Boston.