Building dynamic characters for the stage goes far beyond gender.
There’s no mystery to making a musical, declares the theatre’s most acclaimed composer. It’s just hard work.
At Trinity Square Repertory Company, an exploration of a collective quest for a utopia that went off the rails.
Orchestrating the record-breaking Olympic Arts Festival has been a logistical 3-ring circus.
This unique nine-member company is more than the sum of its parts.
A roundup of productions from around the U.S.
Readers respond to our first issue, query us about translation, and dispute American self-centeredness.
An American giant in her dotage weighs in on success, fear, love, and idealism.
Why does the author of ‘True West’ write plays? To see and hear things he can’t find anywhere else.