Broadway may have reopened its theatres on Sept. 13, but it was Mary Zimmerman’s ‘Metamorphoses’ that seemed to capture and transform NYC’s grief.
This theatre company presents a wide range of programming for the diverse community in South Central Indiana.
From the first remote-controlled light board to the founding of the Alley Theatre, November has been a notable month in theatre.
With plays like ‘Wild Goose Dreams’ and ‘Cardboard Piano,’ the Korean writer is making a splash on American stages with stories of displacement and hope.
The Tony-winning actor promises his version of Charles Dickens’s classic will not be so jolly, because of income inequality.
From a Chicago set designer to a scribe in Atlanta, from a Seattle director to an operations manager in New York City, here are some people to have on your radar.
Readers respond to a provocative play about race and to a searching essay about theatrical heartbreak.
Shadowy figures, a rogue music box, an iPod-surfing child ghost, and more fill our annual compendium of tales from haunted theatres.
Facing censorship and worse in post-revolution Cairo, theatremakers resist and persist.
The artist-in-residence at Massachusetts’s Mount Auburn Cemetery is charged with bringing the site’s rich history to life.