Anne Bogart and Kristin Linklater debate the current trends in American actor-training.
By listening to ‘the figures that take up residence inside me,’ the playwright resurrects a lost and dangerous history—and dares audiences to venture with her into its depths.
Marionette master Ronnie Burkett makes puppetry a head-spinning experience—for adults only.
An interview with David Lindsay-Abaire about his play ‘Fuddy Meers.’
An acclaimed musical miniaturist shifts her time-traveling talents to a larger canvas.
Don’t let the gentle demeanor fool you. Her plays are rife with murder and mayhem.
Doing ‘Medea’ put her in touch with emotions she usually avoids, but as she learned, there can be great bliss in the release of rage.
The celebrated playwright, essayist, activist, and Nobel winner discusses his writing and how he sees himself in relation to Nigeria.
An interview with Philip Kan Gotanda about his play ‘Ballad of Yachiyo.’
There’s no mystery to making a musical, declares the theatre’s most acclaimed composer. It’s just hard work.