From the formation of the White Rats to the ‘Miss Saigon’ controversy, historical events in June were busting out all over.
How set designer Louisa Thompson, and the creative team at Soho Rep, turned an empty storefront into a hyper-realistic yet fantastical laundromat.
Spooky Action Theater’s ‘Jarry Inside Out’ imagines the strange afterlife of the brain behind ‘Ubu Roi.’
We have much to learn—and some things to teach, as well—in our global collaborations.
Let ‘American Theatre”s editor in chief introduce you to our May/June International issue.
A new musical based on Ned Vizzini’s young-adult novel follows a high schooler jonesing for chill pill, literally.
A news story provided the initial spark. Then the playwright stirred science and Greek myths into her new play about a star-crossed couple.
Readers wrote in to quibble with or praise our stories about improv, theatre in museums and the latest developments in theatrical naturalism.
Auspicious births (Orson Welles, Howard Ashman) and major theatre foundings (the Old Globe, East West Players) mark previous Mays.
Playwright/actor Raúl Castillo and director Jaime Castañeda create a site-specific piece.