Contemporary Russian theatre reflects a divisive political moment with rage, irony and low-fuss experimentation.
A conversation about playmaking, ensemble acting, writing regimens—oh, and that Chekhov play they both adapted.
Rep. Louise Slaughter has Geva Theatre Center’s back.
For Idaho Shakespeare Festival’s Mark Hofflund, a relationship with Congressman Mike Simpson gives rural arts an advocate in high places.
With a spate of new plays depicting the newest revolution in marriage rights, playwrights and producers ponder their role in the drama.
With ‘After the Revolution,’ ‘4000 Miles’ and ‘Belleville,’ this young, Yale-educated playwright shows equal parts ambition and nuance, teeth and sympathy.
Theatre pros recall the doors they’ve opened by assisting (including a few better left closed).
For one young director, assisting is a tricky balancing act with a great view.
And it never has been, say pros who relish their assistants’ creativity and appetite for knowledge.
Assisting is a rite of passage for many artists. Are they getting ahead—or just getting coffee?