Two critics address themselves to critical models, both of the economic and the aesthetic kind.
Two playwrights and activists with different backgrounds but a shared vision of dissent.
A Bay Area writer sits down with an outgoing theatre giant, and a historian looks at theatre’s starring role in U.S. arts advocacy.
A struggle to define documentary theatre, and a hybrid rock/theatre event in Stumptown.
Theatre architecture’s cyclical history, and the newest state-of-the-art space at Chicago Shakes.
A critic from Beijing penned a Chinese theatre overview, and an academic from Washington, D.C., traced a high-stakes literary adaptation.
One made a deep dive in Broadway playwriting stats, the other into a Dr. Seuss stage adaptation.
One helped curate our special issue on theatre and veterans; the other wrote about her experience making theatre with Syrian refugees.
One wrote about unacknowledged class divisions among theatre workers; the other about a new play written in response to the Ferguson moment.