The director rounds out a stellar season with a radio rendering of a play salvaged from the Public Theater’s canceled Shakespeare in the Park season.
The Chicago company records a starry, large-cast revival of Arthur Miller’s late work, set amid economic hardship that has fresh resonance.
It’s got ‘play’ in the title, but PlayGround’s Zoom Fest is entering a new gray zone between theatre, film, and TV—and it has the SAG-AFTRA contract to prove it.
A Zoom production by Bard College students gets a second life as a TFANA co-presentation, with sets, lights, props, and live editing.
An online benefit on Shakespeare’s birthday will reunite some storied professional casts with local Pennsylvania actors.
The powerhouse actor has been on a streak of shows about race and the white gaze. Her newest: a theatrical essay by Claudia Rankine.
A bio-musical at Miami New Drama tells his iconic story through the 4 women and 4 cities that shaped his life and his music.
A British concert musical about Henry VIII’s wives comes to Broadway on a wave of ‘Hamilton’-worthy buzz.
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.