6 writers, 10-minute plays, a 4-night run, the 13th season: how this eminent New York festival celebrating Black dramatists has multiplied its impact.
Sarah Silverman’s musical memoir, delayed by pandemic and the death of a key collaborator, finally arrives at the Atlantic with its frank, irreverent spirit intact.
In depicting a transphobic murder in Washington, Mikki Gillette’s new play sets out to show a young woman’s confidence in the face of chaos.
The actor talks about his voice and craft, his approach to an iconic role, and where the storm ends and the madness begins.
His new play at the Signature Theatre is not a theological argument but another of his searching efforts to find meaning in contemporary American life.
The actor talks about the new Geffen Playhouse production of Albee’s classic marital scrimmage he’s headlining opposite Calista Flockhart.
As the director of a new production at TFANA, Timpo joins the project of belatedly celebrating a great but largely overlooked American playwright.
5 monologues by Asian American writers, performed by Asian American actors over 60, comprise a new NAATCO anthology at the Public Theater.
In ‘i need space,’ a new digital series from Donja R. Love, Ashely gets the chance to play a Black, trans, and HIV-positive character whose experience harmonizes with his own.
The new play ‘Trash’ is part of IRT Theatre’s efforts to make Deaf stories and artists a part of everyday theatrical storytelling and practice.