Performer Leah Urzendowski talks Neo-Futurism, clowning during coronavirus, and bringing joy through movement.
After 9 years at Victory Gardens, the writer/director reflects on what he’s learned from running, and fighting for, a theatre in Chicago.
Minus his usual blood and mayhem, the ‘Vietgone’ playwrights tells a touching and funny personal story in a new podcast series for Playwrights Horizons.
After 25 years at the helm of Atlanta’s Theatrical Outfit, Key is ready for his next act.
Folks to have on your radar: an experimental puppeteer, an actor who’s a resident artist, a playwright exploring queer Latinx identity, and more.
The outgoing artistic director made San Francisco’s Magic Theatre an artistic home for all.
Though her musical of ‘The Bedwetter’ has been postponed, the standup’s stage appetite has clearly been whetted.
A conversation with the writer of ‘Great Clements’ about political plays, the dramatic form, and Idaho.
The legendary director has had a Zelig-like journey through the culture, from regional theatre to Hollywood, Strasberg to Grotowski.
From a technical director in California to a community connector in New York, here are some theatre workers to have on your radar.