James Ijames, Kristina Wong, and Sylvia Khoury talk about what inspired their award-worthy plays and how they shaped them.
The Public Theater founder’s life and legacy, traced in a documentary on PBS, may be best understood, and built upon, as part of the U.S. regional theatre movement.
A director with bicoastal credits and extensive experience developing new work, she will succeed NYTW’s longtime leader Jim Nicola.
He spent nearly 40 years championing plays and playwrights, both at TCG Books and in American Theatre magazine.
The actor talks about his voice and craft, his approach to an iconic role, and where the storm ends and the madness begins.
She succeeds Jonathan Shmidt Chapman as leader of the national organization for theatre made for children, young adults, and families.
His new play at the Signature Theatre is not a theological argument but another of his searching efforts to find meaning in contemporary American life.
The actor talks about the new Geffen Playhouse production of Albee’s classic marital scrimmage he’s headlining opposite Calista Flockhart.
Now onstage at Seattle Rep in Ibsen’s unsettling classic, she talks about the things you can and can’t convey onstage.
Kareem Fahmy launched a database to match diverse directors with theatres who were hiring, and while it has made a difference, there’s still a need for it.