The Massachusetts-based company’s Chagall-inspired new work marches through a turbulent century.
A lion of play analysis summarizes his life’s work in a liberating tome.
The new musical from Robert L. Freedman and Steven Lutvak tells its grisly tale with just the right measure of taste, tone, and intent—and a whole lot of Jefferson Mays.
A good play makes you think, but the exquisite little play-books from 53rd State Press are objects of contemplation in themselves.
On resistance, hospitality and new writing for the American stage.
Pig Iron Theatre Company and Japan’s chelfitsch engage in a unique collaboration.
A new anthology stages a conversation between hip-hop culture and the world at large.
Two new books make the case for Pinter in performance as opposed to Pinter as literature.
In ‘The Train Driver,’ South Africa’s master dramatist wrestles with the fate of a poor family and what it means to him.
Graphic versions of the Bard are proliferating like never before.