Though best remembered for a single great family drama, in her short and brilliant life she produced other writing well worth a second look.
Increasingly, playwrights writing for television are finding creative satisfaction they don’t always get in the theatre.
In the struggle to make work on tiny budgets, small theatres in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles may have more in common than not.
One audience member trying to plug his phone into a Broadway set is not the end of civilization—nor should a ‘why not’ attitude be entirely unwelcome in the theatre.
A response to Dana Dusbiber’s wrongheaded ‘Washington Post’ column arguing that dead, white Shakespeare shouldn’t be taught anymore.
Retiring from a creative calling that never really paid my bills has been much harder than I’d imagined—but it seems to have already happened anyway.