So much American theatre, from O’Neill to Udofia, has been inspired by the stories of playwrights’ immigrant parents.
What gives this 19th-century Norwegian’s plays their lasting power? ‘Power’ is the operative word.
The Book-It Repertory Theatre adaptation of the Hemingway classic takes audiences on a Parisian tour.
Alice Childress’s seldom-produced interracial love story, though set a century ago, gave off fresh sparks at the Intiman.
The theatre in Portland, Ore., joins the organization for national profile—and local leadership on wages.
Known for their work on screen, these two stage pros are in their element in ‘The Father’ and ‘The Crucible.’
Local artists and theatre companies are taking jazz onstage—and taking it beyond Duke Ellington, Satchmo, and Coltrane.
While ‘On Your Feet!’ is conquering Broadway, the promising, musically vibrant ‘Cuba Libre’ bows in Portland.
Audiences hungry for more than the usual fare are having their culinary and theatrical palates sated by the city’s nouveau dinner theatre offerings.
Misha Berson on Louis Hobson’s plan to make Seattle a musical-theatre incubator.