To respond to Ferguson and the issues it raised, the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis sent Dael Orlandersmith on a one-woman listening tour.
How the Pasadena company’s staging of Molière’s choppy late play found its shape, from its wigs on down to its bodily fluids.
Alice Childress’s seldom-produced interracial love story, though set a century ago, gave off fresh sparks at the Intiman.
How this West Virginia new-play fest builds and rides an annual new-play repertory carousel.
Gabrielle Reisman unearths up-to-the-minute issues—and some comic gold—in her time-hopping play about the Johnstown Flood.
Chicago’s Victory Gardens Theater scored an election-year win with a play about Hillary Clinton’s 2008 campaign.
Actors Theatre of Louisville brought ordinary reality to new heights in Ruhl’s latest play, which is a tribute to her mother.
Salt Lake Acting Company teamed up with Flying Bobcat Theatrical Laboratory and the Red Fred Project to stage a young boy’s book.
Play’s the thing in creating theatre for toddlers, as this Omaha company learned in staging a gentle, rangy poetry anthology.
Florida Studio Theatre gambled that Richard Strand’s play would both entertain and enlighten audiences—and make them keep talking about race.