Wendy Smith reviews several new instructional books on stage arts.
Controversial performer get his due after public scorn from the media and U.S. Congress.
Matthew Irwin makes a case for arts journalism in the 21st century.
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.