Two writers take on the state of new musicals and the people who make them.
What should we expect from the U.S. theatre’s field-wide changing of the guard? A new generation of leaders gives cause for cautious optimism.
A conversation with playwright Aleshea Harris about her play, which seeks to give a theatrical shape to rage and absurdity.
From an actor in Alaska to a scenic designer in Wisconsin, from a technical director in Texas to a producer in California, here are some folks to have on your radar.
Slow down, stop, and take a moment to celebrate the incredible things that are happening in our theatres.
From the death of actor Eleanora Duse to momentous events for Mill Mountain Theatre and the American Indian Theatre Company, April has been a notable month for theatre.
The form-breaking playwright/composer puts his work, and his audiences, through ‘A Strange Loop.’
Not much makes it to the stage in our nation’s putative theatre capital that didn’t come from somewhere else.
How one of our greatest living stage actors keeps it real, even when playing a not-quite-real Hillary Clinton.
With ‘Hamilton’ and ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ at its back, the American musical is thriving like never before.