Eugenie Carabatsos’s new play may lie in the shadow of death, but its humor is very much alive
Jenny Schwartz’s new play is a surrealistic reunion between two mothers.
How the American company used Bulgarian performance techniques to better understand Chekhov.
From China to Scotland to Austria, a bevy of festivals worldwide are coming up that features some familiar American names such as David Henry Hwang.
A grueling photo shoot puts actors’ training to the test.
The 150 featured plays, by scribes ranging from Emily Mann to Will Eno, represent a stirring spectrum of dramatic voices.
Festivals and theatre offerings from Sri Lanka to Berlin.
Lloyd Suh’s new play offers a look at teen Jesus.
In his new play ‘Somewhere,’ the playwright revisits family history to tell a forgotten New York story.
Highlights from Hong Kong to Scotland.