A downtown man-of-all-work advocates an intimately collaborative approach.
Even Edward Albee figures she’s the kind of director who’s watching his back.
On ‘Elektra,’ Greek tragedy, and her preferred role in the theatre (not running one).
This expat playwright hasn’t found much love in U.S. theatres, and the feeling is mutual.
Arena Stage’s new resident playwright carves out his own psychic terrain.
Her new play ‘Emotional Creature’ reflects the experiences of girls around the world.
Checking in with Christopher Durang on Chekhov, singing waiters, and old movies.
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.
With ‘After the Revolution,’ ‘4000 Miles’ and ‘Belleville,’ this young, Yale-educated playwright shows equal parts ambition and nuance, teeth and sympathy.