A kaleidoscopic look at a discipline that still gets no respect.
A report on literary managers and dramaturgs of the Americas.
Turning Marley’s face into a doorknob is just Problem No. 1 for ‘Carol’ adaptors.
Such questions may still confound, but several new-generation theatre writers have answers ready.
Christian theatre artists seek excellence—and salvation—onstage.
Arena Stage goes another round with the heavyweight drama that changed all the rules.
By listening to ‘the figures that take up residence inside me,’ the playwright resurrects a lost and dangerous history—and dares audiences to venture with her into its depths.
Marionette master Ronnie Burkett makes puppetry a head-spinning experience—for adults only.
An interview with David Lindsay-Abaire about his play ‘Fuddy Meers.’
An acclaimed musical miniaturist shifts her time-traveling talents to a larger canvas.