The playwright sees himself as a psychic trespasser.
The founder of Actors Theatre of Louisville offers a few observations and admonitions on the way out the door.
How and why we made ‘The Laramie Project.’
A working actress comes to grips with parenthood.
A master’s legacy lives on.
It was when I embraced my ethnicity that I became the playwright I am.
From a brew of doubt, hope and mystery, a playwright conjures the theatre of the future.
You write a play, you take your chances.
A look back.
A statement on the cancellation of ‘the CIVIL warS.’