The attacks on the World Trade Center hit close to home, and it was a Broadway cast reunion concert that pointed the way back to life.
A U.K. director argues that theatres can reclaim the center of civic life only if they lower barriers to entry and embrace their communitarian role.
A leading maker of plays for young people thinks of good storytelling as an alert, wakeful, but necessarily uncertain journey through the unknown.
In this excerpt from a new bio of the writer/director, she recalls how she created one of the American theatre’s seminal documentary theatre texts.
Why we need resilience services as much as we need fight choreography.
In a delightful and illuminating new memoir/oral history, playwright/director James Lapine revisits the ups and downs of his first project with Stephen Sondheim.
An Irish director hails the ensemble ethic and sharp focus of U.S. resident theatres, which compare favorably to any he’s worked with around the world.
When Mac Rogers and I met our playwriting hero, Wallace Shawn, we were honored—and confronted anew with his devastating plays.
Though much talk has surrounded possible federal funding, let’s imagine a world based in repertory theatre and funding from the state level.
My time at this storied Florida retreat was both relaxing and productive—and I was ready for the bugs this time.