The development of new plays is vital to keep theatre alive.
Two new books make the case for Pinter in performance as opposed to Pinter as literature.
Our servicemen and women are returning to a country that has other priorities—and to challenges like unemployment, homelessness, mental illness and estrangement from their communities.
That’s the name of the game when theatres design educational programs for adults.
Playwright Taylor Mac and costume designer Sarah Cubbage discuss ‘The Lily’s Revenge.’
TheatreSquare in Arkansas will present “Period of Adjustment.”
Activist watchdogs offer support to artists while sorting out fact from rumor, propaganda and the netherworld between.
Des McAnuff will direct “Yoshimi” at La Jolla Playhouse through Dec. 16.
Christmas shows across the country.
Move over, Ebenezer. U.S. theatres are hatching audience-pleasing alternatives to Dickens—and they want those shows to become seasonal traditions, too.