In his latest play, published in full in our Fall print edition, the writer/performer probes implicit ableism and the assumptions we make about people we’ll never really know.
A hard-copy magazine about this ephemeral art form can mark its progress over time like no other medium.
An essay interrogating a hit musical about Filipino history, and a profile of 2 fascinating Chicagoland theatremakers.
Can any one publication tell the stories of a field that’s partly in crisis, partly hanging on, partly thriving? It can certainly bear witness to our accountability and abundance.
For this New York City-based costume designer and trans activist, artistry and protest are intertwined.
Yangtze Rep’s new production looks behind the scenes, and under the layers, of Arthur Miller’s Beijing staging of ‘Death of a Salesman.’
Dramas and comedies with a political edge top this year’s list (*actually 12 due to ties).
Lynn Nottage again tops the list, followed closely by a mix of dramatists, librettists, and adapters.
A Pennsylvania-based director with a busy season ahead, and a Seattle-based writer and performer with strong point of view and a solo mini-tour.
Their new play for the Guthrie is a comedy, in large part because that’s what the Native community in the Twin Cities asked for.