Maya Beiser and Robert Woodruff discuss ‘Elsewhere,’ a cello opera that combines Henri Michaeux’s poetry with the story of Lot’s wife.
13P combusts, but its recipe for playwright-driven productions lives on.
Materials for her award-winning designs come from just about anywhere. Seriously.
Why this Scot’s one-man take on the Scottish play feels like a sort of homecoming.
Rep. Louise Slaughter has Geva Theatre Center’s back.
Emily Mann and Chay Yew write and direct plays, and they run theatres. Not necessarily in that order.
In the midst of publishing two definitive books about his lyrics, the musical theatre master ponders his accomplishments, his way of working, and the form and future of the American musical.
Post-racial? Not on the Great White Way.
How vacations in the Poconos shaped the American musical.
A drag performer and playwright fiercely embodies his own speculations about beauty and imperfection.