The recently retired director of the O’Neill Critics Institute reflects on his time in Minneapolis at the Guthrie’s beginning.
Daniel Beaty and Moisés Kaufman join forces to bring the legendary actor/singer/activist to vivid life in ‘The Tallest Tree in the Forest.’
Using a neon sign and pervasive sound design, the creative team at the Jungle Theatre took a dreamscape approach to Sam Shepard’s classic.
For the playwright and the actor, playwriting is a game of push and pull, and being led past the comfort zone.
Southern Theater’s latest premiere includes zombies, cannibals, and live hip-hop accompaniment.
The author of “Jesus in India” and “American Hwangup” discusses the premiere of his new work at the Children’s Theater Company in Minneapolis.
The musical adaptation of George A. Romero’s “Night of the Living Dead” shambles its way to a regional premiere at St. Louis’s New Line Theatre.
The experimental Texan theatre company sets up shop in a church in Lawrence, Kans.
Christina Ham’s play at Workhaus Collective explores class and race issues in a haunting way.
The poetry infused play follows two ice fisherman on a frozen Minnesota lake.