This new version of ‘The Parent Trap’ story, about teen girls separated by a divorce, draws on the German original but updates it for the contemporary U.S.
A new exhibit at the New York Historical Society and a new book celebrate both the timeliness and the timelessness of the caricaturist’s work.
Eygptian-American playwright’s characters lower their guard on serious issues after first losing some clothes and inhibitions.
Eric Krebs and Christopher Scott’s new company will stage classics for New York teens, with high production values and multicultural casting.
Rachel Rockwell and Michael Mahler’s new version takes inspiration from Joan Jett, Queen and the Beatles as much as from Lewis Carroll.
How do you adapt an underwater epic for the stage? Very carefully, say adaptors Ann Sonneville and Clint Sheffer.
James Ortiz’s young company uses a mix of puppetry and human actors to create a wordless ‘Wizard of Oz’ prequel.
The Berkeley ensemble, which owns its own performance space, now has the keys to a new, custom-renovated rehearsal studio to prepare their work.
In response to the president’s speech, a new U.S. arts-and-culture agency issues a call for stories and poems as part of a plan create new civic rituals.
Three new reports with data from 2012 show how much, and why, Americans participate in cultural activities. One takeaway: Get ’em while they’re young.