Responses to our TCG conference coverage, and a reviewer fires back at criticism of his review.
No country in the world has so many cultural resources right at its fingertips.
Studs Terkel interviews Lorraine Hansberry.
The play’s original director, and a panoply of artists and scholars, reflect on the legacy and significance of Hansberry’s groundbreaking play.
A director discovers the Japanese essence in an American classic.
In Martha Clarke’s ‘Garden.’
Offerings from Los Angeles to Louisville, Cambridge to Seattle.
A statement on the cancellation of ‘the CIVIL warS.’
In Wilson’s gigantic vision of ‘CIVIL warS,’ the conflict extends from classes and races to species and sexes, and even beyond, to the cosmic.
A brief and bitter television drama.