On this week’s podcast, the Connecticut critic joins the editors to dish about his Q&A with Yale’s James Bundy and the upcoming season.
For this year’s preview of U.S. theatre’s offerings, we look at the how and why as much as the what.
Whose programs do the programmers admire most? We asked some U.S. theatre leaders and they told us.
Caution may make sense in a crisis, but our long-term missions require us to make bolder choices.
After a quarter century at the helm of ACT, the classics-minded director/playwright is quitting while she’s ahead.
His unprecedented tenure at Yale Rep may be topped off (fingers crossed) by a new theatre-and-school complex.
How New York City’s landmark avant-garde hub maintains its links across nations and generations.
Our magazine doesn’t include the Bard on its annual most-produced lists, but this year he snuck his way to the top anyway.
Once again, new plays far outnumber revivals and classics—and they’re the only sector in which the playwriting gender gap is narrowing.
How these leaders put their stamp on long-running theatres they inherited.