The design team of ‘Airline Highway’ by Lisa D’Amour, currently on Broadway, took a real-life New Orleans motel and put it onstage.
Fresh critical insight on Chekhov and a new anti-realism alternate with in-depth interviews with Roche Schulfer and the creators of ‘Fun Home.’
Looking back at how far the theatre field has come in the last half century inspires us to move forward and take the next steps together.
Rachel Rockwell and Michael Mahler’s new version takes inspiration from Joan Jett, Queen and the Beatles as much as from Lewis Carroll.
The couple honor theatrical history with a retrospective of great actors—Eleanor Duse, Sarah Siddons, Edwin Booth—and their greatest roles.
A coproduction of ZACH Theatre and Teatro Vivo, Rupert Reyes’s new take on the classic features found-object puppetry and forefronts themes of empowerment.
As producers at LaMama learned with their triple ‘Tempest’ series, arranging for foreign artists to perform on U.S. soil can be a stormy process.
From a shooting at a theatre to the founding of one, from government crackdowns to government funds, a look back at previous Aprils in the American theatre.
Somehow a Russian doctor who died in 1904 was able to pre-diagnose our 21st-century ways of not connecting, of spending our lives alone together.
An Australian expat finds a way to write about her sense of dislocation via a tunnel to Asia and a killer crocodile.