Grappling with complex issues of representation, a multiethnic People’s Light staging offers a version for our fraught times.
What U.S. Jewish narratives have to say to an age of rising hatred and exclusion.
The nonagenarian actor explains how his willingness to answer a phone and his inability to drive led him to some happy accidents.
The playwright and screenwriter talks about his Broadway debut with ‘The Parisian Woman.’
Tales of haunted theatres from across the U.S.
The Austin-based company bid farewell to their home base, the Off Center, with an irreverent ode to impermanence.
EduHam, a.k.a. the ‘Hamilton’ Education Program, empowers students to become part of the sequel.
Daughter becomes mother in the Irish company’s 20th-anniversary staging of Martin McDonagh’s landmark play, which now tours the U.S.
These tales of theatrical ghosts bring a new meaning to the term ‘haunted house.’
An award for John O’Neal and a stirring keynote from Anna Deavere Smith began the conference at the intersection of civil rights and theatre.