A generation of playwrights reflects on a play that still sets the bar high for their work.
How the Complicite auteur follows trains of thought to the stage, then gets whole audiences on board.
In igniting fierce debates about casting, funding, and racial equity, August Wilson’s 1996 keynote anticipated many of the arguments we’re still having.
Both Motti Lerner’s ‘After the War’ and David Grossman’s ‘Falling Out of Time’ engage with loss, but in wildly different ways.
A legion of advocates, and an upcoming festival, aim to bolster the legacy of the influential playwright and teacher.
The former associate A.D. from New Jersey’s McCarter Theatre succeeds an embattled leader at D.C.’s flagship Jewish theatre.
Leadership transitions at Mu Performing Arts, Penumbra Theatre, and the Guthrie Theater raise questions as well as expectations for the future.
When the sitcom’s rights holders came and knocked on his door, the playwright took legal action. Now a New York district court judge has ruled in his favor.
In seeming to strike at the foundations of the realist family play, playwrights like Will Eno, Young Jean Lee and Taylor Mac may actually be proving the durability of its four walls.
The backstage drama between D.C.’s influential Jewish theatre and its former artistic director Ari Roth has been as riveting, and as disputed, as anything on its stage.