How the New York company and its school mirror the model marriage of their leaders, Neil Pepe and Mary McCann.
From spiritual connections to channeling spirits, this month’s theatre pros run the gamut.
The eminent critic looks back on a career, and a century, of high hopes and pitched battles.
Huntington Theatre’s staging of John Kennedy Toole’s beloved novel was its biggest hit ever. Can it continue to adapt?
After all, the last time the medium had a supposed Golden Age was when it staged plays live. Coincidence?
Increasingly, playwrights writing for television are finding creative satisfaction they don’t always get in the theatre.
Actor. Playwright. Activist. Zombie slayer. Is there anything she can’t do?