Editor Jim O’Quinn shares his thoughts on the November 2013 issue.
With a do-it-youself aesthetic and nontraditional performance spaces, theatremakers are taking risks at N.O. Fringe.
Using a neon sign and pervasive sound design, the creative team at the Jungle Theatre took a dreamscape approach to Sam Shepard’s classic.
The Austin-based theatre reveals all in its budget for an acclaimed rendition of ‘August: Osage County.’
An acclaimed performer shares his insights on five iconic leading roles.
This month’s festivals range from Paris to the Philippines, from Tokyo to London.
Two books celebrate an undersung directorial genius, while two others look at a path-finding lyricist and a seminal show.
TCG’s industry report shows that, with the worst of the recession behind them, U.S. theatre leaders must plan for an unpredictable future.
A discussion on why the arts should be publicly funded.
An urgent preoccupation with money for the arts surfaces at Poland’s eclectic Malta Festival.