Plus a few corrections.
What the Olympic Arts Festival and the TCG National Conference showed us about our theatre and our world.
After more than a quarter century in the theatre, Athol Fugard has found a new vantage point from which to review his past and conjecture about the future.
The world’s oldest plays continue in our time to be staged, restaged, mulled over, written about. What accounts for their enduring fascination?
TCG’s Amherst conference was a landmark gathering rich in unexpected connections among forms, disciplines and far-flung cultures.
Excerpts from the keynote address of TCG’s 1984 National Conference, delivered by the artistic director of Canada’s Stratford Festival in Johnson Chapel of Amherst College in Massachusetts.
New plays from around the world and closer to home.
A halt to theatre demolition and the latest on LORT/AEA negotiations.
Reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Inc.
Jonathan Miller’s ‘Rigoletto’ taps the work’s Shakespearean roots, via a transplant to Little Italy.