Florida Studio Theatre gambled that Richard Strand’s play would both entertain and enlighten audiences—and make them keep talking about race.
Huntington Theatre’s staging of John Kennedy Toole’s beloved novel was its biggest hit ever. Can it continue to adapt?
For his latest production, a historical musical extravaganza, the acclaimed puppeteer and his team pushed Abrons Arts Center to the max.
Like the characters in Anne Washburn’s post-apocalyptic pop-culture extravaganza, the company often had to choose which ideas to save and which to kill.
A puppet piece inspired by utopian farmers puts down deep roots.
Playwright Taylor Mac and costume designer Sarah Cubbage discuss ‘The Lily’s Revenge.’
An illuminating take on Ralph Ellison’s novel, inspired by visual artists.