CPT’s Raymond Bobgan runs a tight ship as activist, auteur and top-flight administrator.
How a new musical about the WWII-era internment of Japanese Americans came together.
Innovations in artistic practice take center stage at TCG’s 2012 National Conference in Boston.
Materials for her award-winning designs come from just about anywhere. Seriously.
The lives of two Broadway icons are told in conscientious detail, but without the theatrical flair of their best work.
Checking in with Christopher Durang on Chekhov, singing waiters, and old movies.
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A stage manager expands her toolbox for social justice theatre.