With Under the Radar bouncing back and Prototype and Exponential still going strong, it was challenging, surprising festival season all over again.
This enduring mother-daughter story about undocumented Latina immigrants has been turned into a celebratory crowd pleaser, for better and worse.
A recent visit to Korea demonstrated that musical theatre can offer emotional and visual journeys beyond language, though not every choice translates well.
Peter Marks’s departure from the Washington Post is only the latest sign that too many of us have taken the importance of reviews for granted for too long.
We don’t just get aesthetic or intellectual benefits from the expressive and performing arts—they can also be literally healing.
From Bernard Herrmann to Luis Buñuel, filmic influences found their way into his musicals’ form and content, up to and including his final show, ‘Here We Are.’
Why a very busy TV writer has regularly joined a group of theatre artists who pull all-nighters to create plays from scratch.
How the Boston-area theatre, which recently announced its closure after 4 decades, gave a young critic hope for the art form.
After an outpouring of op-eds bemoaning the state of U.S. theatre, 2 Chicago writers lift up innovative collaborations in their own backyard as examples for the field.
Why has my 1997 two-hander proven so durable around the world? It might have something to do with my attention to detail in the many translations and updates.