The 5-acre farm in Doylestown, Pa., where Oscar Hammerstein II wrote his epochal musicals is being turned into a museum and education center.
On the closing weekend of ‘Dear Evan Hansen,’ its lead producer looks back at an unforgettable journey that opened a window into a mental health movement.
A beloved musical about refugees, and a new one about current U.S. border policies, hit unexpectedly hard in a newly unsettled time.
The end of yet another path-breaking play development program, one with fieldwide impact and global reach, has not been properly mourned.
After years of soul-searching, this summer’s LMDA conference in Philly promises to engage the whole field in a fresh, inclusive dialogue about which forms sustain us (and which don’t).
An excerpt from a new collection of micro-plays.
Amid health and climate crises, a new-works program takes Latine writers to their ancestral homes to inspire hope and healing.
A poet/playwright reflects on the pleasure and possibility of a medium where deliberate fakery can lead to a kind of freedom.
The Broadway stage manager recounts how her company conceived and staged a new concert version of the popular show in the face of COVID cancellations.
As if having a baby while working in the theatre isn’t hard enough, the pandemic has only intensified the stress—and the need for networks of support.