From Brecht’s birth to Broadway Cares.
When San Francisco’s venerable but ailing flagship theatre hired a 32-year-old neophyte to lead it, they didn’t know what they were in for. Neither did she.
From Sydney, Australia, to Durban, South Africa, a sampling of international festivals.
Theatre, the original social media, meets its digital counterparts in form-breaking new live/virtual experiments.
Another January welcomes some familiar players and some new hopefuls to NYC’s festival gauntlet.
What happens—in the minds of both audiences and actors—when performers take their clothes off?
The ‘House’ actor on Shaw, the high of theatre acting, and getting sloppy.
Co-productions are popular, but they get even more enticing when artists from far-flung parts of the world join forces to create a singular, bilingual superproduction.
From ‘The Wizard of Oz’ to the Negro Ensemble Company, another eventful month on the stage.
In ‘Abigail/1702,’ Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa finds a familiar ‘Crucible’ character in dire straits.