The Wisconsin-based theatre has brought performers with disabilities together to tell more authentic stories about the disabled experience.
An ‘Angels’ fan talks to another who’s in the Broadway revival, and a Wisconsinite profiles theatre by and for the disabled.
From an activist in Oakland, Calif., to a scenic artist in Atlanta, from an educator in Los Angeles to a producer in New York City, check out this month’s cohort of theatre workers.
From the repeal of a Pennsylvania anti-theatre law to the premieres of ‘Oklahoma!’ and ‘M. Butterfly,’ March was a memorable month for theatre.
Where will she take the experimental theatre she inherits from its co-founders? Its history of risk and radicalism points the way.
What do we owe to this quarter-century-old American classic? More life.
Tony Taccone, a co-pilot for the first flight of ‘Angels in America,’ brings Kushner’s epic back home to Berkeley.
A generation of playwrights reflects on a play that still sets the bar high for their work.
A role as the gay Mormon lawyer in ‘Angels in America’ on Broadway brings the Texas-born actor back to a play that helped make him an actor.
What U.S. Jewish narratives have to say to an age of rising hatred and exclusion.