As Charles Kopelman and Sarah Douglas of Abrams Artists Agency explain: They talk, the playwrights write.
A new venue in midtown will offer 2 affordable spaces for small New York theatre companies.
The playwright discusses her newest play ‘The Layover’ and why her characters are usually flawed, unhappy people.
A comedy troupe and an online magazine team for an up-to-the-minute political revue.
Wendy Wasserstein’s 1997 play feels more contemporary than it should, especially during this political season.
The Colombian theatre festival brought artists from all over, with a special Nordic track this year.
The actor’s life inspired Joe Iconis, Lance Rubin, and Jason Williams’s new musical, which is running at Barrington Stage Company.
At Vassar’s theatrical incubator, you can see everything from open rehearsals to readings to full productions. Just no reviews, please.
The director, who receives the Alan Schneider Director Award at #TCG16, talks about her self-starting career and artistic restlessness.
Two Orlando theatres are creating and organizing a creative way to block Westboro Baptist Church’s anti-gay protests from view of mourners.