A director with bicoastal credits and extensive experience developing new work, she will succeed NYTW’s longtime leader Jim Nicola.
Like the characters in his language-lacerating work, the Chicago-bred playwright often spoils for a fight, even when the topic isn’t his increasingly conservative politics.
After 52 years at the influential bilingual theatre, 17 of those at the helm, Robert Federico feels he is leaving Repertorio in good hands with Rafael Sánchez.
At Bucks County Playhouse, the award-winning actor stars in a one-woman show reckoning with the legacy of her showbiz family and the experiences of Asian Americans in the theatre.
The writers of ‘Exception to the Rule’ and ‘What the End Will Be,’ both at Roundabout Theatre, talk about their paths from home to work, and possibly back again.
With 3 plays opening within as many months of each other, the prolific writer talks about comedy, empathy, and his deep love for television.
The author of the near-future history play ‘King Charles III’ turns his attention to our once and possibly future president, but is it a comedy or a tragedy?
The actor talks about his voice and craft, his approach to an iconic role, and where the storm ends and the madness begins.
She succeeds Jonathan Shmidt Chapman as leader of the national organization for theatre made for children, young adults, and families.
An interview about antisemitism, accountability, and Diet Coke with Emma Jude Harris, an American director-dramaturg based in London.