The collective of Asian-American artists will present the play about two Asian Americans in Wyoming.
In Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig’s ‘410[GONE]’ at Crowded Fire Theater, the Land of the Dead is rendered with Beijing opera and Dance Dance Revolution.
Two Boston-based companies try new, more ensemble-based approaches to the casting process.
From genocide to robots, it’s a diverse month at theatre festivals around the world.
Christina Ham’s play at Workhaus Collective explores class and race issues in a haunting way.
The British scribe, known largely stateside for ‘One Man, Two Guvnors,’ discusses his career, the British monarchy, and the differences between England and America.
Theatrical milestones of Septembers past range from the start of van Itallie’s relationship with the Open Theater to the launch of the Arden.
A tribute to the founder and former artistic director of Aurora Theatre Theatre company.
From Tanya Saracho to Stephen Sondheim, this crop of honors acknowledged standout companies and artists from coast to coast.
Displacement, discomfort, and diaspora are among the themes this bicoastally grounded, globally minded playwright keeps returning to.