As the walls among mediums begin to tumble, so too the boundaries separating training programs.
As dramatists begin to write for all media, the nation’s playwriting programs are starting to teach beyond the stage.
7 playwrights who’ve honed their craft without the coveted degree tell how their roads diverged.
Rudi Goblen, break-dancing champ turned playwright, enters a school that has done its own share of learning.
Watching and helping John Guare build his plays inspired his erstwhile assistant to do the same.
What emerging writers can—and can’t—learn from schools without a playwriting concentration.
What our departing senior editor’s education and writing career has to say about the value of training and experience.
The downtown playwright and theatremaker talks about her aesthetic and DIY work ethic, and how much of each she’ll bring to her new post.
What drives the folks who keep theatres running, and how do they learn their trade? Funny you should ask.
Theatre administrators don’t make art—they just make art possible