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.
In Indianapolis, James Still is not just a playwright—he’s a brand.
Writers forging their way into quirky new territory are her cup of tea.
How August Wilson created the ‘mother of all the plays’ and one of the central roles in his canon.
From underground L.A. emerges an auteur with music in his veins.
Theatre’s lineage—traced through Thespis, Aeschylus, Shakespeare, and Papp—is inextricably linked to democracy’s.
A profile of the producing director of Theatre de la Jeune Lune in Minneapolis.
A profile of the associate general manager of Boston’s Huntington Theatre Company.