‘S D A (Someone Dies Again)’ may have been built by the Hungarian auteur and the California ensemble in an organic, communitarian way, but that didn’t shield them, or audiences, from its howling catharsis.
Lloyd Suh’s play, which will be the most-produced of the coming season, speaks directly both to our tangled past and our complicated present.
How Baldwin Wallace University turned a ‘Totally Fucked’ year into an opportunity to film a virtual production of the rock musical.
This spring, Karen Zacarías’s popular play is going up at three different theatres, and raises a prescient dialogue about border disputes and neighborly conduct.
The production at Everyman Theatre delved into a painful Holocaust history—and into its narrator’s reluctance to confront it.
At Arena Stage, Mary Kathryn Nagle’s ‘Sovereignty’ set out to reclaim Native stories—and bodies.
A new Atlanta revival of Kushner’s epic asks the big questions and finds fresh answers.
How Denver’s Off-Center program turned a Jazz Age nervous breakdown into an immersive spectacle.
The Cleveland troupe’s summer show took audiences on an interactive, RPG-inspired journey to a new world.
At Idaho Shakespeare Festival, alternating Hamlets mined the role’s duality—and not just along gender lines.