As he starts a job leading the theatre that changed his life, he wants to return the favor and make some changes there.
L.A.’s resident classic rock clowns take a stab at Shakespeare’s Roman tragedy.
From a choreographer in California to a stage manager in Wisconsin, from a lighting designer in Alaska to an actor in New York, here are some theatre workers to have on your radar.
The actor discusses his career, the challenge of translating Shakespeare into American Sign Language, and his wish for an all-ASL show on Broadway.
Japan Society’s artistic director doesn’t just bring works from Japan to the U.S., she invests in and introduces bodies of work.
The Chilean theatremaker, now touring the U.S., works at the intersection of spectacle and philosophy.
A conversation with playwright Aleshea Harris about her play, which seeks to give a theatrical shape to rage and absurdity.
From an actor in Alaska to a scenic designer in Wisconsin, from a technical director in Texas to a producer in California, here are some folks to have on your radar.
The form-breaking playwright/composer puts his work, and his audiences, through ‘A Strange Loop.’
How one of our greatest living stage actors keeps it real, even when playing a not-quite-real Hillary Clinton.