Taking my father, a Parkinson’s patient and stroke survivor, to the current Broadway revival was a challenge, but well worth it.
How Children’s Theatre and Actor’s Theatre joined to commission interlocking plays from Steven Dietz for their various audiences.
How the Actor’s Workshop’s storied 1957 performance set the stage for collaborations between correctional facilities and U.S. theatres.
The leader of the O’Neill’s literary office is dedicated to greater access for new and under-produced writers.
Shadowy figures, a rogue music box, an iPod-surfing child ghost, and more fill our annual compendium of tales from haunted theatres.
To get the most out of a staged reading, communicate early and often so that everyone is on the same page.
He once dreamt of starring as Tevye, but directing the show’s U.S. premiere in Yiddish will do just fine for the son of Mickey Katz.
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.