Playwrights are taking up residence at U.S. theatres large and small.
In mounting Stephen Sondheim’s ‘Assassins,’ Milwaukee Rep created a revolving carnival on two turntables.
The new musical from Robert L. Freedman and Steven Lutvak tells its grisly tale with just the right measure of taste, tone, and intent—and a whole lot of Jefferson Mays.
The author known for crime fiction novels talks up his play at Chicago’s Congo Square Theatre Company.
Shape-shifting ensembles are surfacing on major U.S. stages, trailing new techniques and changing the playmaking rules.
Daniel Pearle wins the Laurents/Hatcher Foundation Award, Stephen Colbert is honored by Lookingglass Theatre Company, and more awards from our March 2013 issue.
Those who stepped down from an old position or stepped up to a new one in May and June.
From the New Mexican desert to the Windy City—this month in national news.
This year’s vast mixture of work spotlighted new possibilities with respect to time, place and the nature of nurture in theatre today.
Readers both reinforce and challenge our article, “The Artist as Entrepreneur,” and more.