College students question an editorial in which a university professor lamented the hurdles of teaching Kushner’s gay fantasia.
Why one reader prefers Philly’s 1812 Productions to ‘SNL,’ and others fear for the future of criticism.
Whose programs do the programmers admire most? We asked some U.S. theatre leaders and they told us.
Tributes from those who worked with or were inspired by the iconic Broadway and cabaret performer.
Suzan-Lori Parks, Robert Woodruff, Jean-Claude van Itallie, and Loretta Greco recall what America’s great bard of the West meant to them.
Playwrights and artistic directors share more fears, hopes, challenges, plans, and self-examination in response to the election of Donald Trump.
Expanded empathy and sharper edges, new voices and new audiences, are on the agenda for the nation’s playwrights and artistic directors.
Emily Mann, Bill Pullman, Will Eno, and Gregory Boyd recall a playwright they respected, occasionally feared, and deeply loved.
The dynamo who led Arena Stage and NYU Tisch’s acting program was acutely interested in human beings, and what theatre could reveal about them.
A range of voices considers the impact and the lasting legacy—and a few lacunae—of August Wilson’s seminal speech.