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.