He’s playwright, director, theorist—and his own worst enemy.
A look at Steppenwolf’s new staging of Faulkner’s ‘As I Lay Dying.’
Humana Festival playwrights project trouble on the home front.
At this year’s Humana Festival, American playwrights had one thing on their minds.
What a viewing of 3 different productions of Paula Vogel’s second-generation AIDS play reveals about its essence and possibilities.
Death came for everyone, or nearly so, in this year’s Humana Festival offerings.
Why ‘The Merchant of Venice’ and ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ should remain open to interpretation.
Common to all the writing of this quintessentially English playwright, under-exposed in the U.S., is a reluctance to take people, or situations, at face value.
The theatre is not a courtroom, a distinguished critic argues, and should have nobler ambitions than dispensing guilt and blame.
A generative politics, wedding activism by both citizens and the state, has as strong role for the nation’s nonprofit sector.