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.
We got people talking, and we moved the ball forward, but there’s so much more to do, and it’s time for a rebirth.
How to become a theatre company’s practical dreamer.
The conflicts and commonalities I saw at this year’s TCG conference.
How and why we made ‘The Laramie Project.’
A working actress comes to grips with parenthood.
A master’s legacy lives on.
It was when I embraced my ethnicity that I became the playwright I am.