At a solitary Gulf Coast retreat, veteran playwright Craig Lucas reconnects with the sublime.
The recently retired director of the O’Neill Critics Institute reflects on his time in Minneapolis at the Guthrie’s beginning.
An acclaimed performer shares his insights on five iconic leading roles.
Activated by memories of their creator, the words of the late Sekou Sundiata take on a new meaning.
In ‘The Train Driver,’ South Africa’s master dramatist wrestles with the fate of a poor family and what it means to him.
When theatre artists and military personnel come together, assumptions on both sides are transformed.
An ancient story wins hearts and minds at the world’s most controversial military base.
A crisis of conscience in Iraq becomes the raw material for ‘The Eyes of Babylon.’
For actors, voice training and new discoveries in neuroscience can help bridge the disconnect between mind and body.
How August Wilson created the ‘mother of all the plays’ and one of the central roles in his canon.