Adapting the Sanskrit epic into two-part spectacle for the Shaw Festival, Ravi Jain goes back to the beginning—and imagines the end.
The new show ‘Maybe Happy Ending’ at the Alliance in Atlanta puts a fresh East-West spin on the American musical.
In telling the story of her mother, who died under a careless plastic surgeon’s knife, she hopes to illuminate both grief and injustice.
How bloodsucking vampires, headless horsemen, and ghostly encounters are bringing new patrons to theatres around the country.
The longtime Harlem institution is remounting its adaptation of Ta-Nehisi Coates’s book and taking it on tour.
Keen Company’s new production of Brian Friel’s 1994 play reckons with its views of blindness and female bodily autonomy.
Order up! Roundabout’s first musical commission resets the Scottish play in a burger joint.
The visionary director returns to the stage with timely messages from the Greeks.
Lydia R. Diamond’s new play is set on the diamond, telling the hard-hitting story of the first female pro baseball player.
In ‘A Jordan Downs Illumination,’ the company returns to South L.A. to find a community changed and still changing.