A new Broadway-bound musical of the popular 2006 film, now in Chicago, aims to honor the original while probing its psychological complexities for a different age.
An iconic play about trans men and butch lesbians arrives in Maine at an auspicious time, both for its writer and for trans representation onstage.
A news story about a performance in a Ukrainian bomb shelter inspired the U.S. theatre company Irondale to fly a young troupe over, putting human faces on harrowing headlines.
A play may not convince anyone but it can share information, hold a space for grief and complexity, de-stigmatize abortion, and rally troops demoralized by the fall of Roe.
This small storefront theatre in a walkable cultural district puts its focus on new work and on its neighborhood.
Scholars and fans gathered in Boston last month to consider, and reconsider, the contemporary and global relevance of the great, tormented American dramatist.
Over 3 days in Philly, dramaturgs and others who use dramaturgy in their work met to share best practices and new definitions.
The pioneering co-founder of Negro Ensemble Company looks back on an acting and producing career that was never just about himself.
August spotlights Black theatrical trailblazers, a theatre company that conquered all media, and a big theatre for little folks in the Lone Star state.
‘Try On Theater Days’ aims to upend the often exclusionary practice of college theatre auditions by allowing students and faculty to mutually assess their fit with each other and the programming.