An experienced director and longtime professor at Yale School of Drama, she succeeds the late Jim Houghton at the prestigious school.
College students question an editorial in which a university professor lamented the hurdles of teaching Kushner’s gay fantasia.
Kennedy will receive a cash prize and the opportunity to design at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center.
The Theatrical Workforce Development Program readies young people to take on jobs backstage and in the booth.
Many of these Florida teen activists found their voice and their sense of community onstage.
A generation of playwrights reflects on a play that still sets the bar high for their work.
It’s not just all the arduous unpacking: AIDS, Reagan, the closet, Mormons. It’s also that the play’s millennial dread seems puzzling to post-millennials.
Two interdisciplinary artists, paired for a Rolex mentorship, had a cross-generational exchange that spanned the globe and many cultures and languages.
In this podcast episode, recorded live at the Robert Moss Theater, directors Anne Kauffman, Rachel Chavkin, Anne Bogart, and Liesl Tommy discusses the hows and whys of directing.
As the nation grows more diverse, theatre education needs to become less Eurocentric and more inclusive.