American Theatre sat down with Brooke Adams to discuss her upcoming performance of Beckett’s “Happy Days” at Theatre @ Boston Court in Pasadena.
A new play about a doctrinal controversy at one megachurch cracks open conversations about difficult emotions.
AT’s own Eliza Bent travelled to Poland to discover how more and more women are running theatre their way.
Clubbed Thumb in New York City uses “social captains” to get targeted audiences to come to shows.
John Lahr’s new biography, “Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh,” sheds an admiring but unflinching light on the playwright’s career and later works, as well as his life and relationships.
Gavin Reub, a founder of the Seagull Project in Seattle, describes the company’s experiences when they took their theatre to Uzbekistan.
AT’s own Suzy Evans went to the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center to discuss the role of critics in theatre and how they view their relationship with artists.
Joseph Haj, producing artistic director of PlayMakers Repertory Theatre, talks about the challenges and benefits of co-directing.
Elaine Avila interviews Lisa Wolpe, the director and artistic leader of the LA Women’s Shakespeare Company whose specialty is playing Shakespearean men.
Playwrights Julia Jarcho and Sibyl Kempson discuss how Jane Bowles has influenced their lives and their writing.