In a new reimagining of Lapine and Sondheim’s fairy-tale musical, 11 actors play all the roles and all the instruments—and the set itself is an instrument.
A seldom-produced Elizabethan epic storms a Brooklyn stage, and its lead actor John Douglas Thompson reflects on the value of Marlowe and the universality of the classic roles.
From Steppenwolf to USC drama school, recent staff changes abound.
TCG’s Theatre Facts report gives cause for hope, and a new database of Holocaust plays recalls theatre’s essence as a living document.
From Young Jean Lee to Roald Dahl, from Shaw to Wedekind, the issue is packed with peril and conflict.
Elements Theatre Company, a stage troupe within a Benedictine Christian community, forgoes religious pageantry for a mix of classics and new plays.
The downtown playwright/theatremaker talks about the traps she lays for herself—and for her audiences.
The late British author revolutionized children’s literature with his twisted tales, and they’re flourishing anew onstage. What is it about Dahl’s world that seems to suit our own?
Theatre Facts 2013 shows companies are taking smart steps to regain their economic footing after the Great Recession.
It’s not a one-deal-fits-all world anymore, either for theatregoers or theatres.