American Theatre’s former senior editor talks about her new editor-in-chief gig, and how she thinks the theatre discourse has changed for the better.
His new play ‘Straight Line Crazy’ may treat an American subject, but the English playwright is still addressing some of his chief political and social preoccupations.
With a 40th anniversary staging of ‘Ubu The King,’ the Actors’ Gang co-founder is revisiting his company’s roots, though he never strayed very far from them in the first place.
With 3 world premieres and a Broadway revival of her hit play ‘Topdog/Underdog,’ the prolific writer keeps singing her song in a variety of keys.
From a Conan Doyle-inspired inquiry to an Emmett Till trilogy, from a Baroque opera to an Alaskan Tlingit journey, here are some shows I’d put on my hypothetical theatre calendar.
A new play at Barrington Stage Company, about a class-riven romance among 2 wheelchair and text-to-speech users, also has plenty of disabled talent backstage.
A mix of familiar and new titles, of challenge and comfort, characterizes this year’s lists, the first this magazine has done since 2019.
Broadway producers Ron Simons and Hunter Arnold talk about the changes they’ve seen (and been a part of) in their field, and point to the changes that are still needed.
New plays at East West Players and People’s Light illuminate the collisions, and occasional solidarity, among people of color in a white-dominated culture.
From goofy musicals to meaty and instructive dramas, 4 shows stand in for the disparate ambitions and uses of theatre.