The pandemic has given the Chicago playwright a chance to step back and rethink his approach—and he hopes theatres are doing the same.
In this excerpt from André Gregory’s ‘This Is Not My Memoir,’ he recounts his formative months at the Berliner Ensemble.
Last fall we learned a new way to make theatre, not only with our students but with the audience and the community.
The New York Times’ newest critic at large thinks about culture both broadly and personally, and strives to deliver dialogue, not a verdict.
Costume World Theatrical, the field’s largest wardrobe supplier, is yet another business left hanging by the pandemic.
ACT’s new director of the conservatory talks about teaching self-analysis, working within structures to dismantle them, and the possibilities of digital platforms.
Out of conversations and readings in an actor’s apartment, one of the great American theatre companies was born.
The Times’ lead critic looks back on a fertile period in the field and reflects on the role he played in it.
The 45-year-old Pennsylvania theatre will also initiate a national search to fill out its senior artistic leadership team.
The first month on the calendar saw the births of three 20th-century giants, the resuscitation of another’s career, and more.