The songwriters of the Disney film join playwright Peter Parnell to reenvision the story as a tale of lust and deformity.
Births, deaths, debuts and bans of bygone Marches.
Diversity and inclusion are more than just values and talking points; they require and entail a specific series of actions.
Like a cocktail with your classics? Troupes are attracting new audiences by mixing sauce with Shakespeare—and even some purists would like another round.
Tommy Smith’s new play at the Echo Theater Company moves along 3 tracks as it follows 3 great classical musicians and their chaotic love lives.
Fantasy and mythology cross-breed with early American history in Nathan Allen’s ambitious three-play series, now at last running in repertory.
Veteran composer John Kander talks and emerging talent Nick Blaemire, both with new musicals at Arlington’s Signature Theatre this month, trade thoughts about the state of musical theatre.
The actress, now starring in ‘End of the Rainbow’ at International City Theatre, talks about learning to love Judy and why working in real estate wasn’t right for her.
The design team of ‘The Second Girl’ at Huntington Theatre Company go hyper-realistic, creating a real working kitchen, where the cast members could clean, iron and cook a real chicken
Language and culture, not race, are the faultlines in a new adaptation of Shakespeare’s tragedy by Norwegian director Stein Winge.