In his Bay Area premiere, this public defender/playwright engages with the complicated history of Indian gaming by putting Indigenous women’s voices at the forefront.
In casting Jonathan Larson’s musical with all TGNC actors, director Bo Frazier’s new BoHo Theatre production not only brings new layers to the show—it also provides an example for others to follow.
Through much of the 1990s, Diana Gibson’s Cast Theatre in Hollywood was Tanner’s personal playhouse, but a new play peeks backstage at the hidden costs of that odd arrangement.
Writer Sarah Ruhl and director Rebecca Taichman talk about how they’re crafting ‘Becky Nurse of Salem,’ a new play about witches and women’s power.
Theatre folks from Alaska to Ohio to Misssissippi tell us where they’re seeing the most change and what they’d like to see on a stage in the coming season.
The multidisciplinary Philly artist can’t be pinned down, but she is never less than fiercely present. Her next collaborative piece: Tall Order’s ‘Those With 2 Clocks’ at the Wilma.
His new dance-theatre piece with Alan Cumming, ‘Burn,’ is another showcase of the approach to movement language that has made all Hoggett’s choreography so distinctive.
An iconic play about trans men and butch lesbians arrives in Maine at an auspicious time, both for its writer and for trans representation onstage.
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.