Why a master interpreter of August Wilson thinks it’s the right time to revisit but his 360-degree vision of Blackness.
The longtime critic and reporter, now theatre and dance editor at the Chicago Reader, gives her take on the city’s vibrant, often misunderstood theatre scene.
The Tony winner has found fame via TV’s ‘Pose,’ but he can’t seem to quit the theatre.
With ‘Beetlejuice’ and ‘Moulin Rouge!’ on Broadway, the prolific director has become something of a movie-to-musical expert.
The Emmy-nominated comic discusses her new show, ‘Douglas,’ living with autism, and how her works are neither purely standup nor theatre.
The city’s chief critic sees his job as not just evaluating local work but exposing it to a wider audience.
With ‘Blue’ opening this week at Glimmerglass, the composer reflects on her approach to music and meaning, and leaks her ambition to make a musical film.
The monologuist is telling his most personal story ever at the Public Theatre, and he finds that music helps the medicine go down.
The writer/performer is back with a tour celebrating his pathbreaking musical and a dark, funny new podcast series that may be his most personal work yet.
Artistic director of the Tony-winning TheatreWorks, who will step down in 2020, looks back on 50 years of growth and new work.