Broadway producers Ron Simons and Hunter Arnold talk about the changes they’ve seen (and been a part of) in their field, and point to the changes that are still needed.
The multidisciplinary Philly artist can’t be pinned down, but she is never less than fiercely present. Her next collaborative piece: Tall Order’s ‘Those With 2 Clocks’ at the Wilma.
The pioneering co-founder of Negro Ensemble Company looks back on an acting and producing career that was never just about himself.
Now directing the L.A. premiere of Steven Levenson’s Jewish American family drama ‘If I Forget,’ Alexander holds forth about identity, history, and what he learned from Jerome Robbins.
She succeeds Robert Falls at the company where she once worked as director of new-play development, after 21 years leading Atlanta’s biggest nonprofit theatre.
Two theatremakers explore both the need for and the possibility of a truly diverse aesthetics of the theatre.
Actors Theatre of Louisville’s artistic director sets the record straight about the status of the Humana Festival and the company’s ongoing efforts to match ambition with capacity.
Over nearly 5 decades, the co-founder of Spiderwoman Theater has harnessed great if under-acknowledged power, and has felt an accordingly great sense of responsibility.
James Ijames, Kristina Wong, and Sylvia Khoury talk about what inspired their award-worthy plays and how they shaped them.
The NYC-based company will next host Criminal Queerness Festival, welcoming theatremakers from nations where homosexuality is outlawed at a time when U.S. also faces renewed threats from the homophobic right.