To what degree is an originating theatre entitled to share in the future theatrical life of a play?
An excerpt from ‘Sunset and Evening Star,’ 1954.
What a mystery it is that these tiny and ever-shrinking dramacules—these death rattles—can bring so much life to the theatre.
Federal arts budget stirs up sharp debate in hearings.
Summer seasons, conferences, and other upcoming offerings.
Also: New books by and about Beckett.
The creator of ‘Tragedy of Carmen’ is settling an old score.
An American giant in her dotage weighs in on success, fear, love, and idealism.
Openings, closures, and assorted plans from coast to coast.
Imagining a courtroom argument against, and a case for, fair and honest criticism.