As if running a Manhattan arts center weren’t enough, Mikhail Baryshnikov has two new solo shows on his dance card.
The couple behind Banana Bag & Bodice inadvertently formed a theatre company together 17 years ago, and they’re still going strong.
How the New York company and its school mirror the model marriage of their leaders, Neil Pepe and Mary McCann.
The couple, costarring in ‘A Ride on the Irish Cream’ at Abrons Arts Center, realize that writing about your relationship can be a double-edged sword.
Modesto Flako Jimenez and Brooklyn Gypsies offer the theatre’s first Spanish-language play, a drama about forced migration.
When larger institutions open their doors to independent companies, it can be a win-win proposition.
Copy & waste and English Theatre Berlin | International Performing Arts Center address gentrification with a little help from Marty McFly.
For her bleak and biting new play about sexual assault in the military, Erin Lane sets the action at a bar and lets the sparks fly.
At a coffee shop near you, the Dramaturgy Open Office Hour Project offers a user-friendly intro to the sometimes elusive art form.
Jokes about sexual assault seldom have the double-edged bite of Truscott’s riotous, disturbing solo show ‘Asking for It.’