The Irish playwright talks about the ‘supernaturalism of the everyday,’ and about structure and ghosts and Dickens.
Seven resident theatres celebrate their gold anniversary.
By trading in its old home for the 13,000 square feet Theater Artaud, the 20-year-old Bay Area theatre sees an opportunity to intensify its commitment towards new work.
From the birth of a Ringling Brother to the Neo-Futurists, a look at some larger-than-life happenings in past Decembers.
Daniel Kitson reveals his latest creation ‘Analog.Ue’ at St. Ann’s Warehouse after months of speculation by fans.
‘The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told’ may have gotten opposition from Republican House representative Dan Fisher, but that didn’t stop OKC Theatre Company from going on with the show.
Tazewell Thompson’s play is not just about Mary Todd Lincoln and her dressmaker Elizabeth Keckly, it’s also about the clothes that they wore.
In Renee Schilling’s “Doug is a D-Bag” at the Cleveland Public Theatre, texting during the show isn’t only allowed, it’s encouraged.
Madeleine George explores humanity’s relationship with technology in ‘The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence’ at Playwrights Horizons.
Jeremy Bloom’s ‘Peter/Wendy,’ at San Francisco’s Custom Made Theatre Company, distills J.M. Barrie’s tale down to its essentials, with just seven actors and some happy thoughts.