The New Zealand-based Indian Ink Theatre Company brings immersive festivities to a number of U.S. theatres starting this month.
Keen Company’s roving production of Joan Didion’s mourning memoir makes a good fit for Long Wharf’s itinerant programming agenda.
Children’s Theatre Company proudly debuts juliany taveras’s new stage adaptation of a book that has faced challenges and attacks in some schools.
Their new play for the Guthrie is a comedy, in large part because that’s what the Native community in the Twin Cities asked for.
This year’s 6th annual Latiné festival prepares to crack open the possibilities of the American theatre with ‘un poquito de todo.’
With a book by Eric Simonson and songs by the Violent Femmes’ Gordon Gano, Milwaukee Rep brings a legendary true crime saga to the city where it began.
In her new Off-Broadway piece ‘Death, Let Me Do My Show,’ the actor-writer-songwriter frankly and funnily revisits the traumas and joys of the past 4 years.
Candrice Jones’s new play about a Southern girls’ basketball team has come a long way, but it hasn’t been a layup.
With just a handful of artfully stripped-down productions, the young director has blazed a distinctive path and attracted heavy-hitting casts. His next: an intimate ‘Uncle Vanya.’
With her playwriting debut, the Steppenwolf ensemble member explores what happens after most stories end.