In an excerpt from a major new collection of his writings, the theatre visionary reveals how a sense of place has informed his work and his worldview.
For just $2, an audience member can download a play to their phone, hop on board, and have a personal theatrical experience.
A blues legend who lived in Rochester, N.Y., for 20 of his quieter years is the subject of a citywide celebration and a new play by Keith Glover.
From the first plays staged and written on the continent to the founding of Woolly Mammoth and the O’Neill.
From Provincetown to New Orleans, Williams fests cover a wide range of the playwright’s works and influences.
There’s no great mystery why they’re so popular, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a mystique, and plenty of mystery worth exploring, about puppets.
Sisters are doing it for themselves in the city of brotherly love with a new women’s theatre festival.
She may have moved beyond the big bring-the-curtain-down numbers, but the singer can still bring down the house. Next: ZACH Theatre’s Ellington revue.
The playwright of ‘Ruined’ and ‘Intimate Apparel’ talks about her new play, inspired by America’s ‘de-industrial revolution’ and bowing this month at Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
A new play about loss and memory contemplates a world full of eternal afterimages—‘primes’—that can learn to look and act like us. But how will they feel?