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.
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.
A former projectionist recalls 3 memorable weeks in the mezzanine on the show’s Boston tour stop back in 1979.
Somehow the late, great director could work on my play—and give it exactly what it needed—even while occupied with countless other thoughts and projects.
The director of the world premiere of ‘Etta and Ella on the Upper West Side’ shares what unlocked this haunting play for him and the creative team.
Jordan E. Cooper’s satire could have had more success if it had kept cultivating audiences as intentionally as it did throughout its early development.
A reflection on the influences who led me to become the theatre artist and educator I am today—and to be that influence for others.
For the show’s associate music director/lyric dramaturg, ‘KPOP’ brings together 2 things that are precious to her: the Broadway musical, and contemporary Korean and Korean American culture.
The 5-acre farm in Doylestown, Pa., where Oscar Hammerstein II wrote his epochal musicals is being turned into a museum and education center.