Lisa Loomer’s “Living Out,” which premiers at the Gala Hispanic Theatre, utilizes supertitles to reach a wider audience.
The journalist-turned-playwright explores the historic accords in a new play at Arena Stage.
How Eric Coble’s journey from his first theatre experience led him to Broadway with “The Velocity of Autumn,” starring Estelle Parsons and directed by Molly Smith.
Natsu Onoda Power, Luciana Stecconi, and Jared Mezzocchi talk about designing David Henry Hwang’s “Yellow Face” at Theater J in Washington D.C.
“Jarman (all this maddening beauty)” honors life and work of independent filmmaker and artist.
At a solitary Gulf Coast retreat, veteran playwright Craig Lucas reconnects with the sublime.
American Theatre sat down with the Hollywood leading lady to discuss performing, music and her career.
Daniel Sack sits down with Michael Donald Edwards and discusses how Americans are doing in the theatre.
The words and music of an American master get a fresh read, and they’re as impossible, and transformative, as ever.
Tazewell Thompson’s play is not just about Mary Todd Lincoln and her dressmaker Elizabeth Keckly, it’s also about the clothes that they wore.