Russians, who’ve begun to develop a taste for American-style musicals, recently downed a shot of Broadway.
Why some theatres—and their loyal audiences—keep eagerly boarding the repertory merry-go-round, season after grueling season.
New York Shakespeare Exchange, having run through the sonnets, expands its sights to the whole distracted globe.
In a new staging, 7 actors trade off parts, randomly selected each night from—what else?—Yorick’s skull.
How the school’s theatre program brings in professional playwrights from New York City to teach.
For his 35th Shakespeare, ‘Pericles,’ director Trevor Nunn decided to make it in America, at Theatre for a New Audience.
Carrie Coon, Crystal Dickinson, Maria Dizzia, Daniel Duque-Estrada, Stephen McKinley Henderson, and Jon Norman Schneider talk training, acting process, and the mind/body connection.
Whether telling her own story or others’, the playwright/performer brings her full presence and the truth of her imagination to the jam.
TCG’s 2014 industry report finds theatres in better health since the recession from playing it smart and building support.
Whether working downtown at Target Margin, uptown on Broadway or out of state on an opera, Zinn wrestles with space and beautifies the awkward.