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.
In a book excerpt, the seasoned playwright offers insights and advice, not only about how to write but about how to think about your writing productively.
Can theatre artists use the tools of Big Tech to dismantle its influence?
Producing a new play about the full-scale invasion written by a Ukranian playwright, Russian-born director Yury Urnov feels disheartened by the actions of his home country and hopeful for Ukraine.
David Byrne’s Broadway musical is a breakthrough for Filipino American performers, but at what cost to the historical truths it dances around?