From the beginnings of Interlochen and the Ohio summer tradition ‘Tecumseh!’ to Deaf West’s Broadway debut, summer was off to a hot start with these June milestones.
The ‘SpongeBob’ director has built a career on experimentation, even within traditional forms. Her next assignment: a musical of ‘Dave.’
The ‘Falsettos’ and ‘Spelling Bee’ composer tries his hand at the Kaufman/Ferber backstager about a clan of larger-than-life stage creatures.
The recently laid off editor of Time Out Chicago reflects on the scene he’s covered and the state of arts journalism.
After a decade, she concludes her ‘Seven Deadly Plays,’ and finally opens up about her time working at Miramax.
No longer a rarefied practice, sensory-friendly performances got a national boost from Lincoln Center’s April-May festival.
The outgoing artistic director of Actors Theatre of Louisville talks about new plays, directing vs. interpreting, and his impressive beard.
My play ‘The Mermaid Hour’ asks theatres to cast only trans or gender-nonconforming performers in the lead role. Here’s how they, and the teens, rose to the occasion.
In touring shows for young audiences, how do you get beyond familiar titles? Building trust among adventurous allies is key.
Many theatres consider ‘excellence’ a priority, even a mission. But what do we mean by that word?