Two books celebrate an undersung directorial genius, while two others look at a path-finding lyricist and a seminal show.
Enthusiasm for the ‘miraculous language’ of the Bard shows no signs of abating—nor do arguments about his legacy and contemporary relevance.
The book examines Miller’s efforts to pursue a career in theatre and practice medicine.
New volumes about stage directors, Jack O’Brien and Jonathan Miller, who’ve had larger-than-life—you might even say dramatic—careers.
A lion of play analysis summarizes his life’s work in a liberating tome.
A good play makes you think, but the exquisite little play-books from 53rd State Press are objects of contemplation in themselves.
A new anthology stages a conversation between hip-hop culture and the world at large.
Two new books make the case for Pinter in performance as opposed to Pinter as literature.
Graphic versions of the Bard are proliferating like never before.
Design is about more than pretty pictures, as reviews of three new books on costuming, scenography and lighting prove.