The playwright of ‘Kimberly Akimbo’ and ‘Good People’ reflects on a body of work that has evolved in style but can’t help but show his roots.
Bill Irwin and John Douglas Thompson, who first bonded in a Public staging of ‘King Lear,’ confront the opacity, playfulness, and unavoidable bleakness of another master, Beckett.
An online benefit on Shakespeare’s birthday will reunite some storied professional casts with local Pennsylvania actors.
More than a mere box-office cash cow, Dickens’s classic is a community builder, a gateway drug, and a holiday tradition.
The new Broadway version, and its legal battles, are just the latest chapter in a complicated 50-year history of the popular novel’s theatrical life.
When teaching arts administration, data and tech are important tools to have, but the human connection remains paramount.
At a matinee of ‘The Originalist,’ John Strand’s play about Justice Scalia, his old frenemy, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, showed up to talk about the state of the Supreme Court and the nation.
How master designers Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer help us see what their directors want to show us.
As funding for the arts shifts inexorably from corporations to individuals, can theatres maintain their edge?
Under Jackie Alexander’s leadership, North Carolina Black Rep’s biennial gathering aims to connect playwrights and producers.