At Bucks County Playhouse, the award-winning actor stars in a one-woman show reckoning with the legacy of her showbiz family and the experiences of Asian Americans in the theatre.
This year’s winners will be honored at an in-person ceremony on May 26.
The writers of ‘Exception to the Rule’ and ‘What the End Will Be,’ both at Roundabout Theatre, talk about their paths from home to work, and possibly back again.
Beryl Briane Ford and Michelan Le’Monier will co-lead the Brooklyn-based organization.
With 3 plays opening within as many months of each other, the prolific writer talks about comedy, empathy, and his deep love for television.
New works by Samuel D. Hunter and by Jeanine Tesori and David Lindsay-Abaire were named best play and best musical of 2021-22.
He spent nearly 40 years championing plays and playwrights, both at TCG Books and in American Theatre magazine.
Inspired by the story of a DREAMer from Arizona, a new musical makes a humanizing case for the undocument immigrants whose rights he now advocates for.
For years he was the Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization’s secret weapon, with an impeccable ear and an ideal combination of passion and practicality.
For this episode we talk to playwright Karen Hartman, who currently has 3 plays making NYC premieres in 59E59’s first VOLT Festival.