Why I followed the playwrights and director of ‘Red Hills,’ En Garde Arts’ new play about the Rwandan genocide, in a pilgrimage to the country where it’s set.
The ‘Falsettos’ and ‘Spelling Bee’ composer tries his hand at the Kaufman/Ferber backstager about a clan of larger-than-life stage creatures.
Adam Kraar’s new play about the electrical workers’ community of Electchester examines its mix of idealism, racism, and class conflict.
Residents at the New Jersey home, many former Broadway pros, got another turn in a staging of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream.’
Nikkole Salter’s new play converts research to drama in exploring how African Americans healed their families post-slavery.
There’s no escape for or from the tortured Tyrones, as Flock Theatre stages O’Neill’s masterpiece in the intimacy of his family’s historic cottage.
In Dawn Jamieson’s new play, four Iroquois high-beam walkers reckon with trauma past and present.
The Austin troupe’s new immersive piece offers audiences an interactive space to wander, watch, play—and reflect on the world.
Tony Taccone, a co-pilot for the first flight of ‘Angels in America,’ brings Kushner’s epic back home to Berkeley.
Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon’s new play, a sort of ‘Pride and Prejudice’ sequel, makes a bid for the holiday canon.