A musical about an Israeli spy in Syria gets a reading at the global meeting place, with contemporary resonances a bonus.
How Paul Watson’s war reporting inspired playwright Dan O’Brien’s haunted two-hander ‘The Body of an American.’
In ‘The Train Driver,’ South Africa’s master dramatist wrestles with the fate of a poor family and what it means to him.
A downtown man-of-all-work advocates an intimately collaborative approach.
The subscription model is dead; long live the subscription model.
Graphic versions of the Bard are proliferating like never before.
Sarah Cameron Sunde has become a specialist in the uncompromising vision of Norwegian master Jon Fosse. Her latest: ‘A Summer Day.’
Dan O’Neil unfurls an envirommental parable in ‘The Wind Farmer’ at Barter Theatre.
Excursions aren’t just for school children at Austin’s ZACH Theatre.
An illuminating take on Ralph Ellison’s novel, inspired by visual artists.