Caryl Churchill is the only writer working now who says and does something genuinely new with each new play.
A chat with a theatre deity, and a heartening comeback story.
What Arkansas Rep learned after it suspended operations last year and turned itself around.
The first woman to manage the $55 million Center Theatre Group offers tips on how to raise money for innovation.
From the beginnings of companies around the U.S. to the first AIDS Day With(out) Art and an August Wilson premiere, December has included a variety of theatrical milestones.
Berlin’s Gorki Theater is at the forefront of an urgent international dialogue about diversity, immigration, and human rights.
A look back at 1990, a time of activism and optimism for a field that had been somewhat under siege in the ’80s.
More than a mere box-office cash cow, Dickens’s classic is a community builder, a gateway drug, and a holiday tradition.
What can we learn from those who came before us? Things we will one day pass on.
The Broadway veteran, still kicking in ‘Hadestown,’ has blazed a path so that others may follow.