This expat playwright hasn’t found much love in U.S. theatres, and the feeling is mutual.
Why this Scot’s one-man take on the Scottish play feels like a sort of homecoming.
A conversation about playmaking, ensemble acting, writing regimens—oh, and that Chekhov play they both adapted.
Emily Mann and Chay Yew write and direct plays, and they run theatres. Not necessarily in that order.
A good mime, asserted the late Marcel Marceau, trains to be an athlete of the heart.
In an interview, voice-work innovator Catherine Fitzmaurice prescribes a holistic regimen of freedom, release, and transcendence.
In an interview, Cicely Berry reveals how working on the sound and rhythm in Shakespeare can lead actors to the language within themselves.
With so many academic programs cranking out new designers, what exactly are we training them for—and how?
A drag performer and playwright fiercely embodies his own speculations about beauty and imperfection.
Older, wiser and as prolific as ever, the much-honored playwright still chooses his words with immaculate care.