The Berkeley Rep artistic director has made playing well with others his specialty.
Experienced mentors share notes—and spark a spate of provocative questions.
An African spiritual strength born of adversity undergirds his masterful 10-play circle.
Identity and cultural authenticity are dramatic fodder for William S. Yellow Robe Jr.
Ground zero is the actor’s own life and cultural experiences—a conversation with Douglas Turner Ward.
A round-table conversation between six actors who teach, including F. Murray Abraham, Gary Sinise, and Fiona Shaw.
The master director talks about Shakespeare, metaphysics, fame, and who deserves credit for his work.
Anne Bogart and Kristin Linklater debate the current trends in American actor-training.
An interview with Robert Brustein and Frank Rich.
Audra McDonald journeys from Fresno to ‘Ragtime’ and gets crowned Broadway’s favorite ingenue in the process.