What I learned from the critics and learned to tolerate the crickets.
A hefty new Ibsen biography gives us a deeply difficult man in full.
How three American showbiz figures reclaimed their Jewishness in a time of crisis and redefined it in the popular imagination.
Women and people of color, along with artistic originality, should not be considered commercial risks.
In a post-‘Moonlight’ world, writers like Michael R. Jackson and Jeremy O. Harris are making the case for LGBTQ stories that go beyond the gay white experience.
What did I learn at this year’s TCG National Conference? Criticism and journalism may be facing a crisis, but I can be part of the solution.
If people of color were able to speak freely in a theatrical space, what would we say? Jackie Sibblies Drury’s play offers a compelling answer.
Last week at the Colorado New Play Festival in Steamboat Springs, work by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins and Jill Sobule, among others, searched for its sound and form.
Samantha Shay’s stripped-down, fem-focused take on the tragedy inspires low-tech awe—and starts a raucous argument.
Moving work from one language to another is an art unto itself, and adapting it for the stage only adds layers of challenge and meaning.