Responses to the Sellars/McAnuff dialogue and Brustein’s RSC takedown.
Among the most striking changes in funding for theatre: the growth of corporate support.
An introduction to excerpts from the performance monologue by Spalding Gray.
There’s a mythic pulse in pop culture that the theatre’s missing out on, asserts mythologist Joseph Campbell.
From the Goodman to Oregon Shakes, from new works in New Haven to the Hong Kong Arts Festival.
What are the obligations of ‘regional’ theatres to their communities? And how should that impact our programming choices?
We have the irony of considerable support, both public and private, going to subsidize the cultural tastes of the most affluent segment of the population.
An excerpt from the author’s collected poetry.
A dispute at ART raises issues of ‘interpretive freedom.’ Also: Equity fights playwrights over the conversion rule, and directors and writers talk collaboration.
She’s a director who lights a fire under the familiar.