For a production last year in Calgary, a gender switch illuminated the Shakespeare play’s conflicts in fresh and troubling ways.
Though American Realness and COIL are sorely missed, there was much international work to take in at this year’s Under the Radar and Exponential fests.
Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s pared-down choreography may depart from Jerome Robbins’s original steps, but is it telling the same story?
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.