When Mac Rogers and I met our playwriting hero, Wallace Shawn, we were honored—and confronted anew with his devastating plays.
Though much talk has surrounded possible federal funding, let’s imagine a world based in repertory theatre and funding from the state level.
My time at this storied Florida retreat was both relaxing and productive—and I was ready for the bugs this time.
The pandemic forced a conversation about filmed performance and audience access. Let’s not drop the ball.
In anatomizing the categories of things he’s collected over the decades, a playwright explores and suggests their dramaturgical possibilities.
After 25 years in the regional theatre, I’m done with the silence about the classism, sexism, and abuse I’ve experienced.
A Deaf educator who receives numerous emails from theatre teachers and directors gives advice on best practices for incorporating Deaf actors and ASL.
The creator of ‘In & Of Itself’ and new memoir, ‘Amoralman,’ has made a career of artful deception in the pursuit of a kind of theatrical truth.
Composer Michael Friedman’s sister, and the executor of his estate, reflects on her role in preserving her brother’s work in an evolving field.
The Tony-winning actor and singer talks about the impact he feels fortunate to have made as an artist.