Playwrights are taking up residence at U.S. theatres large and small.
The author known for crime fiction novels talks up his play at Chicago’s Congo Square Theatre Company.
Shape-shifting ensembles are surfacing on major U.S. stages, trailing new techniques and changing the playmaking rules.
Readers both reinforce and challenge our article, “The Artist as Entrepreneur,” and more.
In the no-man’s-land between workshops and professional premieres, a university production can be just what a new play needs.
Come for the shopping, stay for the theatre.
Festivals and theatre offerings from Sri Lanka to Berlin.
From Albee to Bacon, here’s what happened in theatre history this month.
Noah Haidle’s newest play Smokefall, which features two fetuses discussing the outside world, “only makes sense in the context of theatre.”
Through her diverse series of shows, Vortex Rep artistic director Bonnie Callum is exploring the five elements.