Meeting with TCG’s Canadian counterpart, we recognize common challenges—and a common need for a broader perspective.
A new revival of Frank Galati and Stephen Flaherty’s ‘Loving Repeating’ celebrates the life and language of the influential American expat writer.
From the birth of P.T. Barnum to the Broadway debut of ‘A Chorus Line,’ July has many historical events to boast about.
Shaw, Bentley, Tynan—it’s not so odd for professional critics to work the other side of the footlights. But there are a few ground rules.
How did Andrew Russell bring this venerable resident theatre back from the brink of debt and dysfunction? Slowly, carefully—and locally.
Just far enough from New York to get away and stretch with new work, but close enough for a day trip, Vassar’s Powerhouse has been a theatre development hub for 3 decades.
What can theatre possibly mean to migrant workers and refugees in one of the world’s most violent regions? Ask ‘Antigone.’
This new version of ‘The Parent Trap’ story, about teen girls separated by a divorce, draws on the German original but updates it for the contemporary U.S.
In 1990, the theatre’s board gambled on a young writer/director with an agenda. It’s paid off: Mann built a team around her vision, attracted new audiences, and steered the company through both crisis and triumph.
As today’s cutting-edge puppeteers peer into the souls of animated objects, they’re seeing the future—or rather, the eternal present—of the theatre.