Two new books consider the possibilities and limits of documentary theatre in a polarized nation.
Sarah Silverman’s musical memoir, delayed by pandemic and the death of a key collaborator, finally arrives at the Atlantic with its frank, irreverent spirit intact.
A make-it-new trend gains currency with audiences and academia.
The invisibility of stage designers cuts both ways: They lack for recognition (see this week’s Tonys), but they can also build diverse careers—if they get the chance.
In the newest addition to NYC’s January festivals, Theresa Buchheister curates a selection of homegrown experimental work.
The Belgian director is making his Broadway debut with ‘A View from the Bridge’ and directing Bowie’s new musical at New York Theatre Workshop.
The famed essayist and author has long loomed in the background of the songwriter’s work. Stew’s new concert musical pushes the influence to forefront—but don’t expect a hagiography.