In the Goodman’s production of August Wilson’s classic, the creative team wrapped a coal-dusted city around a struggling diner.
Writing a play about ancestors consumed by an atrocity became an unexpected passport to a homecoming.
In the struggle to make work on tiny budgets, small theatres in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles may have more in common than not.
Equal parts interpretive artists and athletes, theatre production photographers learn to live in the moments they’re capturing.
The 85-year-old playwright is still on a path of discovery, with ‘Love and Money’ at Signature Theatre and a Broadway revival of ‘Sylvia.’
From the birth of the Stage Yankee to the debut of Teatro Luna, October has been a month of firsts and the occasional health scare.
The actor talks about his biographical Broadway show, Asian-American representation onstage, and cell phones in the theatre.
In our new monthly Role Call feature, we shine a light on theatre professionals across the country who deserve a bigger national profile.
At a coffee shop near you, the Dramaturgy Open Office Hour Project offers a user-friendly intro to the sometimes elusive art form.
In the final installment of this follow-up with the Harvard acting class of 1995, former colleagues find meaning on and off the stage, together and apart.