The co-founding leader of Ithaca’s Civic Ensemble prepares to take the helm of the similarly community-minded HartBeat Ensemble in Connecticut.
Armed with the idea that truth-telling and empathy don’t have to be mutually exclusive, they founded Rescripted, an independent Chicago theatre publication.
Playwrights Horizons’s outgoing artistic director has always programmed the plays he’d like to see, and sometimes plays his subscribers don’t.
Though Broadway has pulled her back for Adam Rapp’s ‘The Sound Inside’ and Paula Vogel’s ‘How I Learned to Drive,’ she’s thinking of quitting the stage.
Succeeding Sara Holdren at New York magazine, Shaw will shine her unblinking critical light on works big and small.
For the actor/dancer it’s all about storytelling around the campfire, whether it’s theatre, dance, or AC/DC.
Fleming brings his vast experience working as a multidisciplinary artist across the U.S. back to his home state of Kentucky.
An actor known for playing great women leaders takes on the shy, brilliant Supreme Court justice in the two-hander ‘Sisters in Law.’
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.