In riffing on works by Arthur Miller and Lorraine Hansberry, 3 new plays by Kimberly Belflower, Kelundra Smith, and Eleanor Burgess alternately explore and explode what was missing from the originals.
In Louisville, the informal Church of Grover’s Corners has been reading and relishing ‘Our Town’ aloud every other month for a few years now.
Thornton Wilder’s 80-year-old play offers something more than comforting nostalgia in a troubled American moment.
The first pairing of William Finn and James Lapine’s gay-family musicals left a lasting impression on all those it touched.
Every festival has its own special formula, but Fringe NYC’s subsidiary rights agreement may be a bridge too far.
Why did the Pinter estate demand that press be kept from the Wooster Group’s L.A. staging of ‘The Room’?
The 85-year-old playwright is still on a path of discovery, with ‘Love and Money’ at Signature Theatre and a Broadway revival of ‘Sylvia.’
Fighting for freedom of expression in high school theatres can be a complicated cause, but it’s clearly a fight that matters for all theatre artists.
Seattle’s A Contemporary Theatre debuts the “Norman Conquests” playwright’s latest.
Graphic versions of the Bard are proliferating like never before.