Caryl Churchill is the only writer working now who says and does something genuinely new with each new play.
New books document the processes and productions of 2 major New York companies.
The problem with young adult shows on Broadway isn’t that they focus on teens—it’s which teens they focus on.
Also, a goodbye to my editorial home.
Two high-profile, celebrity-laden versions of the campy musical are playing on opposite coasts. Which one is better? It depends if you prefer innovation or nostalgia.
Taking my father, a Parkinson’s patient and stroke survivor, to the current Broadway revival was a challenge, but well worth it.
Why ‘Completeness,’ a play about the impossibility of certainty, was singularly hard to finish.
What I learned from the critics and learned to tolerate the crickets.
A hefty new Ibsen biography gives us a deeply difficult man in full.
How three American showbiz figures reclaimed their Jewishness in a time of crisis and redefined it in the popular imagination.