How a national short-play project, born from the outrage over police violence, is spreading across the nation.
The South depicted by an emerging group of playwrights is complicated and diverse, and there’s not a mint julep in sight.
Remembering Zelda Fichandler and her legacy within the resident theatre movement.
From a physics major turned properties master to a wannabe politician turned playwright, here are some theatre folks to have on your radar.
The Chilean playwright makes sly, playful frames for serious questions and unfinished political business.
From a W.E.B. Du Bois manifesto to David Henry Hwang’s Broadway return, October was an exciting month for theatrical milestones.
The Emmy winner takes on the role of Regina Giddens in the Lillian Hellman classic.
Zelda Fichandler wasn’t just a founder of the American resident theatre movement; she was also one of its most clear-eyed critics.
Take a peek at Mike Horner’s design process of Tyrone in Unicorn Theatre’s ‘Hand to God,’ this year’s most-produced play.
Whether directing, writing, or irreverently adapting, the D.C.-based artist isn’t afraid of bringing himself to all his work.