The last 2 years forced us to face fundamental uncertainty and loss, and that’s a gift that will keep on giving.
The former leader of San Francisco’s Magic Theatre and of NYC’s Women’s Project, she will take the helm of the Boston theatre in July, filling a vacancy left by Peter DuBois’s resignation.
The company’s glittering new $60 million building, long in the works, puts the emphasis on multidisciplinary programming and Irish hospitality.
The songwriter talks about adapting his beloved Muppet musical for the stage, about never growing up, and about the things you can learn from an audience.
His path-breaking musicals have handily outlasted their detractors, in part because they remain so singularly alive.
Jenny Koons and Sam Pinkleton’s immersive new staging returns the fanciful show to its original conception.
Dana Schwartz’s new play about online gamers, originally conceived pre-pandemic, has fresh resonance after a year of isolation and virtual connection.
As Anna Deavere Smith’s theatrical document of the 1992 L.A. uprising returns in a new form, it may feel so in touch with our moment because it helped to define it.
When the L.A. theatre announced a season light on women playwrights, a protest led to change and greater transparency.
She may be alone onstage for the performance, but she contains—and reflects—multitudes.