Where does O’Neill stand today, some 30 years after his death? Evidently on a pedestal.
Thoughts on O’Neill from one of his most important interpreters.
The partnerships of sports and the stage at this year Olympics should come as no surprise.
To what degree is an originating theatre entitled to share in the future theatrical life of a play?
What a mystery it is that these tiny and ever-shrinking dramacules—these death rattles—can bring so much life to the theatre.
Imagining a courtroom argument against, and a case for, fair and honest criticism.
Is it hard to be a woman designer in the theatre? That the question keeps getting asked is part of the answer.
Crystal-gazing at the near and distant future of a durable art.
Tharp has turned the tables on both dance and theatre, while having her cake and eating it, too.
NEA terms 5-year plan ‘work in progress.’