How to become a theatre company’s practical dreamer.
Places to study how plays are made.
10 reasons the arts are an important national priority.
Turning Marley’s face into a doorknob is just Problem No. 1 for ‘Carol’ adaptors.
The conflicts and commonalities I saw at this year’s TCG conference.
Such questions may still confound, but several new-generation theatre writers have answers ready.
Christian theatre artists seek excellence—and salvation—onstage.
Broadway is fine and well, but it’s not the place to gauge the health of American playwriting.
Arena Stage goes another round with the heavyweight drama that changed all the rules.
The founder of Actors Theatre of Louisville offers a few observations and admonitions on the way out the door.