Not much makes it to the stage in our nation’s putative theatre capital that didn’t come from somewhere else.
How one of our greatest living stage actors keeps it real, even when playing a not-quite-real Hillary Clinton.
A director and administrator known for championing new work, she is poised to lead one of the nation’s leading theatres.
The success of Black artists should be good for Black theatres, but too often there’s a disconnect.
Last week Stephen Buescher, a former instructor and choreographer, filed a detailed complaint against the theatre and school.
The actor talks about her role in the new Broadway production, staging a truthful sex scene, and her own media diet.
Returning to the West Coast, the new-work-focused director takes on Portland and its possibilities.
Arts and theatre programs won’t fix our nation’s incarceration problem, but they can do concrete and demonstrable good.
When McCarter’s longtime artistic director leaves in 2020, she plans to do more of what brought her there 30 years ago: writing and directing.
When do we figure out how theatre works? Usually long before we realize it, though for most of us it doesn’t end there.