November recalls the play Lincoln first saw Booth in, Kern’s Princess Theatre musicals, a Puerto Rican literary godfather, a gospel Oedipus musical, and a century-defining epic.
Why a very busy TV writer has regularly joined a group of theatre artists who pull all-nighters to create plays from scratch.
Keen Company’s roving production of Joan Didion’s mourning memoir makes a good fit for Long Wharf’s itinerant programming agenda.
How one iconic Chicago theatre photographer captures the ‘now’ not only with his camera but with his whole body and soul.
The founder of Yale Rep and ART had intellect, idealism, and indignation to spare, and he put it all in service of the theatre he wanted to see in the world.
A look at 3 companies of color who are making theatre that’s local, new, and inventive.
How the Boston-area theatre, which recently announced its closure after 4 decades, gave a young critic hope for the art form.
Why so many Broadway-bound tryouts come through here, and why Chicago artists stay committed to the work in spite of the odds.
The new Immigrant Theatermakers Advocates initiative, grown out of programs by 2 New York companies, plans to build community and provide resources for immigrant artists.
For this New York City-based costume designer and trans activist, artistry and protest are intertwined.