What a piece of work is ‘Hamlet,’ as sampled in London, New York, and Colorado.
A dispatch from this year’s record-breaking festival, where 3,000 shows competed for theatregoers’ attention.
With 20 major American theatres facing leadership transitions, boards and search firms have to do better than the status quo.
In the digital post-truth era; theatre of the real doesn’t just dramatize change—in some case it embodies it.
What I learned at the O’Neill Theater Center’s annual July boot camp for arts journalists.
A look at the cyclical nature of theatre architecture throughout history.
Why my play ‘Pass Over’ inspired a whitelash—and a backlash against it from artists who felt targeted.
What was a critic of color doing at a theatre conference? Only listening, learning, networking, and finding his place.
I was commissioned to write about a divisive historical figure. Who knew my play would drop when U.S. history was writing an explosive new chapter?
Her new musical ‘Bella’ is a tall tale about an unlikely Old West heroine.