Matthew Lopez’s newest play, coming soon to Hartford Stage, tackles the intimacy gap in contemporary relationships.
Building audiences in two far-flung cities, as Alaska’s biggest theatre has done, is one way to help ensure a theatre’s economic sustainability.
Three new plays aren’t giving the NFL a pass for its brain-injury crisis and macho culture.
Two parents are concerned about their young son’s love for Cinderella and playing dress-up. Should they be? Daniel Pearle’s play, coming soon to About Face Theatre, explores the question.
Last fall, Orange County’s LORT powerhouse embarked on a collaborative community project with nearby Santa Ana.
The British-born director curates her Tribeca theatre with an eye on design, a taste for discomfort and a curiosity about who the work is for.
Jennifer Haley’s unsettling play, a hit in L.A. and London now on its way to New York, both dramatizes and questions our immersion in technology.
This year, dozens of shows in a few weeks pushed boundaries and pointed in invigorating new directions for performance and performers.
Ecuadorian theatre broke away from European conventions in the 1960s. Today’s artists are still venturing outside the theatre walls to engage audiences directly.
The co-creator of the mad pirates of “Jollyship” is writing plays for people now, but he’s still unleashing comic chaos.