A profile of the managing director of the African Continuum Theatre Company in Washington, D.C.
The director credits luck and timing for his eclectic career.
How to become a theatre company’s practical dreamer.
Arena Stage goes another round with the heavyweight drama that changed all the rules.
Doing ‘Medea’ put her in touch with emotions she usually avoids, but as she learned, there can be great bliss in the release of rage.
Student production of Kushner’s epic finds refuge at Arena Stage.
Cheryl L. West is unafraid to go where her work take her, whether it’s the front lines of the HIV/AIDS crisis or the lives of generations of black women.
From the front lines of a theatre revolution, she has been dreamer, pathfinder, and mentor to a generation of artists.
We may not have realized we were building long-lasting institutions to make theatre. But now that we have them, what should we do with them?
How playwright Eric Overmyer and Baltimore Center Stage came together.