A play about how bullies got that way gets a staging at Huntington Theatre Company, while another of his plays is staged at Company One.
The writer of ‘Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo’ took actors Arian Moayed and Omar Metwally on a pilgrimage to the site of his newest play.
Audiences hungry for more than the usual fare are having their culinary and theatrical palates sated by the city’s nouveau dinner theatre offerings.
Molly Rice’s peripatetic ‘Saints Tour’ shows audiences new facets of their neighborhoods. Next stop: Braddock, Pa., in a collaboration with Bricolage.
The ‘Grimm’ star can’t stay away from the stage for long, whether in sunny L.A. or rainy Portland.
Two new books explore the content, and context, of the great composer/conductor’s divided musical character.
We share more than colonial history with Central and South America; we also share theatrical traditions. But it can take a little re-exploration to map them.
With the long-awaited normalization of U.S./Cuba relations, theatre artists may be uniquely poised to make the most of the new climate of exchange.
Far from detached or academic, the work on offer at the Santiago a Mil festival showed theatremakers in the thick of politics, race and culture.
The festival founder talks about keeping theatre vital in a country recovering from dictatorship and facing new challenges.