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.
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 Tony-winning director looks back on his leadership at True Colors, what’s next for him, and why he loves the Atlanta theatre scene.
The ‘Hamilton’ star is back onstage for a Suzan-Lori Parks play and reflects on what he learned from acting in the Bay Area.
Their partnership has brought Chicago some great theatre, once folks got past confusing their names.
The writer best known for ‘Black Girl’ discusses her long career, ranging from the Civil Rights era to today.
Known for her roles as knotty, contradictory women, the French icon plunges into her first American production with ‘The Mother’ at the Atlantic.
The actor talks about her role in the new Broadway production, staging a truthful sex scene, and her own media diet.