The playwright discusses why the New York production was unique, the role of race in her play, and why she doesn’t consider herself a career playwright.
The 2016 North Carolina Theatre Conference offers models for theatres to respond to political issues this election year.
The debate over cultural equity is crucial, but can it move beyond a fiscal critique to consider systemic injustices?
From a downtown NYC artistic director to a Philadelphia-based composer, here are some stage folks to keep your eye on.
The megahit of the moment, like many revolutionary popular works, has strong roots in musical theatre’s past.
From future presidents seeking light entertainment to the founding of the Penumbra Theatre, this is the kind of September to remember.
The playwright’s work is funny, form-breaking, feminist—and everywhere on U.S. stages.
Political satires, dystopian dramas, new works festivals, and more take the stage this month.
Atlanta’s 7 Stages creates a Brechtian world using onstage cameras and digital projections.