In taking a solo show to Kyiv, I joined in a statement of solidarity, common humanity, and everyday expression in the face of invasion.
With a book by Eric Simonson and songs by the Violent Femmes’ Gordon Gano, Milwaukee Rep brings a legendary true crime saga to the city where it began.
The fourth of this prolific playwright’s 2023 premieres, ‘The Refuge Plays,’ is also his most ambitious and searching.
In her new Off-Broadway piece ‘Death, Let Me Do My Show,’ the actor-writer-songwriter frankly and funnily revisits the traumas and joys of the past 4 years.
Why has my 1997 two-hander proven so durable around the world? It might have something to do with my attention to detail in the many translations and updates.
A bard of Kansas City, Kans., he was a warm, mischievous truth teller whose plays reflected his life yet somehow showed us ourselves as well.
In a book excerpt, the seasoned playwright offers insights and advice, not only about how to write but about how to think about your writing productively.
The former executive director of Arkansas’s TheatreSquared has just taken the same job at Princeton’s McCarter Theatre Center, and he’s ready to open the gates.
Green-Rogers brings a dramaturgical approach to leadership roles at The Theatre School at DePaul and the Association for Theatre in Higher Education.
September looks back on theatre in the colonies, early playwright protections, Midwest theatre milestones, living newspapers, and two groundbreaking Broadway musicals.