A new play about loss and memory contemplates a world full of eternal afterimages—‘primes’—that can learn to look and act like us. But how will they feel?
In her new play, Young Jean Lee explores notions of privilege and identity by conducting an anthropological study of a very particular demographic.
The Irish playwright talks about the ‘supernaturalism of the everyday,’ and about structure and ghosts and Dickens.
The author of ‘The Mountaintop’ talks about the inspiration and research for her new play, based on a true story from Rwanda.
The performance artist-turned-playwright wrote his first naturalistic play about gender, family and trans issues, and along the way he fell in love with the form.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and author talks about unsettling his audience and repainting the Muslim image in the West.
A new play about a doctrinal controversy at one megachurch cracks open conversations about difficult emotions.
A play about teens bonding over ‘Leaves of Grass’ weaves together Jerry Lee Lewis, Coltrane, and some spooky poetic serendipities.
An interview with the playwright about his new comedy.
An interview with the playwright about her play ‘The Jacksonian.’