In excerpts from speeches newly translated by Zack Rogow and Renée Morel, the celebrated author of ‘Gigi’ tells how she found her identity as a writer in the music halls of Paris.
Patricia Ariza and Joanna Sherman lead companies in war zones where female bodies and liberty are among the worst casualties.
Writers can’t live on commissions and royalties alone, so some theatres are adjusting the way they compensate them. Are these gestures enough to turn the tide?
Amid heated arguments over the city’s version of the Equity showcase code, a real and resonant debate about artists’ compensation seems to be emerging.
Artistic directors Jenny Avery and Jason Loewith reflect on what made the Evanston theatre special, and why it ended this week.
Expanding its mission beyond developing playwrights, the O’Neill will accept applications in January for its first National Directors Fellowship.
After a last-minute scare with the bank, the long-troubled Pittsburgh arts center is in the hands of local foundations, with ambitious plans to get it right this time.
As a gatekeeper to life in the theatre, Marian Seldes was as generous as she was exacting, as embracing as she was regal.