The Bay Area theatre community mourns the loss of the the actor, maestro, and longtime member of El Teatro Campesino.
An influential teacher, director, and mime, he left a deep impression on audiences and students alike.
The great designer and teacher’s attention was intense and clarifying, bringing us closer to the heart of our work and closer together in community.
Remembering a Florida actor-playwright who came home.
Two Cleveland Play House staffers reflect on Moore’s remarkable contributions to Cleveland theatre, and American theatre writ large.
For decades, the founder of the Phoenix Theatre and Fonseca Theatre made exciting theatre in Indianapolis, and he had more in store.
In his last interview, he talks about the Negro Ensemble Company’s heady heyday, and its influential Playwrights’ Workshop.
The veteran actor, with extensive regional and New York credits, including at Long Wharf, Williamstown, and Broadway, died late last month.
A farewell letter to Chadwick Boseman, a griot and conduit with boundless compassion and a cosmic lens on the mundane.
My relationship with the great theatre critic began with a wary interview but soon gave way to a lifetime of anecdotes, confidences, and laughter.