Men may feel threatened by strong women, but women know in their bodies who the real threat is.
What are we doing in the theatre? The clues are in what our art is made of: bodies, words, and a third thing that is neither and both of them.
Sometimes the best thing you can do for a theatre company you’ve built is to leave it for others to make their own.
Black trauma demands and deserves creative expression, but our lives are about so much more than tragedy.
In this excerpt from a new journal by theatre artists, the author recounts how she confronted racism in a loved one with more love.
For a production last year in Calgary, a gender switch illuminated the Shakespeare play’s conflicts in fresh and troubling ways.
Caryl Churchill is the only writer working now who says and does something genuinely new with each new play.
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.
What I learned from the critics and learned to tolerate the crickets.