A conversation with the playwright about music, memory, and family.
The long-standing distance between a mother and her son is not quite closed in this new play about grief, guilt, and longing.
The writer of ‘The Ghosts of Lote Bravo’ talks about embracing her heritage and depicting the pain of exploited women.
How the playwright came to write her searing and sweeping play, and why she cares as much about her audience’s dialogue as her own.
For the characters in Guillermo Calderón’s plays, daring to get things wrong can lead to a deeper understanding.
Jen Silverman’s dark comedy may be inspired by Victorian novels, but its skewering of gender and class is unapologetically modern.
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s new play is a family drama fired by questions of race, class, and what it means to be human.
The playwright talks with his director about his personal inspirations for the play.
The play about an Eastern European immigrant has personal ties for the playwright.
The playwright discusses why the New York production was unique, the role of race in her play, and why she doesn’t consider herself a career playwright.