At 94, the multi-hyphenate artist and Obie-winning playwright reflects on a long career in and around the theatre.
Producing the audio play ‘Ich Bin Ein Berliner’ didn’t just spark personal memories; it also spurred reflections on who theatre is for and what it can do.
In an interview from 1987, the great American playwright talks about his work and his plans, and about the moment he found his unique voice.
The actor and educator talks about the reasons for their departure from Broadway’s ‘Moulin Rouge!’ and about the theatre field they’d like to help build.
At Seattle’s Red Eagle Soaring, Sayet and Moses will share artistic director duties, modeling and shaping a decolonized process to better serve Native youth.
An experienced producer and arts administrator, she’ll replace Buzz Ward, who’s retiring after 29 years in the post.
Here are some folks to have on your radar, from writers to designers, from choreographers to arts administrators.
The playwright of ‘PrEP Play, or Blue Parachute’ talks about expectations, intimacy, and the Zoom revolution.
Martin promises a ‘clean slate’ at the Chicago theatre famed for its playwrights ensemble, after serving as associate producer at the Goodman.
Looking toward the future, Shelley hopes to create an inclusive atmosphere that cements the House Theatre of Chicago as a destination for artists to come and create.