A reflection on the influences who led me to become the theatre artist and educator I am today—and to be that influence for others.
For the show’s associate music director/lyric dramaturg, ‘KPOP’ brings together 2 things that are precious to her: the Broadway musical, and contemporary Korean and Korean American culture.
The 5-acre farm in Doylestown, Pa., where Oscar Hammerstein II wrote his epochal musicals is being turned into a museum and education center.
Playwright Jonathan Alexandratos reflects on the plethora of joys, pains, ownerships, references, anxieties, comforts, languages, forms, and more to be found in non-binary plays.
The itinerant experiment at Long Wharf Theatre can be a model for other theatres that have lost connection with their communities.
On the closing weekend of ‘Dear Evan Hansen,’ its lead producer looks back at an unforgettable journey that opened a window into a mental health movement.
A beloved musical about refugees, and a new one about current U.S. border policies, hit unexpectedly hard in a newly unsettled time.
Using ‘Funny Girl’ and ‘The Lehman Trilogy’ as jumping-off points, 2 theatremakers tackle the often cross-cutting challenges of Jewish representation, and explore why casting alone can’t save problematic material.
The forces attacking the human rights and free expression of the most marginalized among us know exactly what they’re doing, but we have a way to fight back: the stage.
Fair criticism is one thing, but the vitriol directed at the ‘Funny Girl’ star, or at anyone who dared to celebrate her historic casting, felt personal.