Sarah Cameron Sunde has become a specialist in the uncompromising vision of Norwegian master Jon Fosse. Her latest: ‘A Summer Day.’
Dan O’Neil unfurls an envirommental parable in ‘The Wind Farmer’ at Barter Theatre.
Aaron Posner’s new take on the Persian adventure ‘The Conference of the Birds.’
Kara Lee Corthron puts Grace Slick and ‘Alice in Wonderland’ onstage together in her play for New Georges, ‘AliceGraceAnon.’
‘Carmelina,’ an overlooked romantic musical from Lane, Lerner, and Stein, gets a revival in San Francisco.
Christopher Shinn’s political play ‘Now or Later’ may mean more now than it did earlier.
José Torres-Tama shares tacos and immigrant stories in his performance truck.
‘Party People’ focuses on American revolutionary movements from the 1960s and ’70s.
The Debate Society’s ‘Blood Play’ depicts spooky medieval practices in an Illinois village.
Maya Beiser and Robert Woodruff discuss ‘Elsewhere,’ a cello opera that combines Henri Michaeux’s poetry with the story of Lot’s wife.