In her art and in her play ‘How to Have Fun in a Civil War,’ the Somali artist strives to reach past facts and into our emotions.
How the Iranian playwright of ‘White Rabbit Red Rabbit’ got his worked produced in 50 countries, and got around the travel ban.
When McCarter’s longtime artistic director leaves in 2020, she plans to do more of what brought her there 30 years ago: writing and directing.
For 4 decades this Lowell, Mass., native has stayed involved with the theatre she helped create there, Merrimack Rep.
In ‘Paradise Square,’ the choreographer of ‘Fela!’ imagines the promise of New York’s first slum and the violence of the Draft Riots of 1863.
After honing an engaged producerial approach at the Public Theater, she takes the helm of Baltimore’s Center Stage.
A conversation with the playwright of ‘Cry it Out,’ a comedy/drama about bonds and conflicts among neighbors with young children.
From emerging talents to unsung veterans, our regular Role Call feature shines a light on folks you ought to know.
With plays like ‘Wild Goose Dreams’ and ‘Cardboard Piano,’ the Korean writer is making a splash on American stages with stories of displacement and hope.
The Tony-winning actor promises his version of Charles Dickens’s classic will not be so jolly, because of income inequality.