In ‘Paradise Square,’ the choreographer of ‘Fela!’ imagines the promise of New York’s first slum and the violence of the Draft Riots of 1863.
After honing an engaged producerial approach at the Public Theater, she takes the helm of Baltimore’s Center Stage.
The Tony-winning actor promises his version of Charles Dickens’s classic will not be so jolly, because of income inequality.
The award-bedecked actor, revisiting a role in ‘Apologia,’ says she seeks out work that can stimulate conversation.
The former ‘Daily Show’ correspondent revives ‘Sakina’s Restaurant’ after 20 years, marking how far we’ve come in Asian representation, and how far we’ve yet to go.
Moving from Baltimore’s Center Stage to the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Sharif gives impressions of both cities and the work ahead.
He once dreamt of starring as Tevye, but directing the show’s U.S. premiere in Yiddish will do just fine for the son of Mickey Katz.
How did an Irish playwright put an American icon’s music on the stage? It helped to think a bit like a songwriter.
The artistic director of St. Louis’s flagship dramatic theatre reflects on a three-decade career focused on excellence and his audience.
The veteran actor, who’s picking up ASL for Craig Lucas’s new play, recalls working with Horton Foote and laments compressed rehearsal time.