A witness of the U.S. Civil Rights struggle happened to be on hand for the historic fall of the Berlin Wall, and the moment resonated.
Recent plays by Marcus Gardley and Lucas Hnath, a world premiere from Tracey Scott Wilson, comprise the theatre’s 24th season.
Louisville’s burgeoning indie scene is attracting—and increasingly keeping—a flock of eager theatremakers.
Among the honorees of the fifth annual festival was Billy Crystal.
Over three days in November, speakers and attendees worked through intertwining questions of finances, programming and diversity.
As Thanksgiving approaches, it’s not just holiday fare lighting up the nation’s stages but a notably large helping of Shakespeare, musicals, and provocative drama.
Playwrights Ayad Akhtar and Mallery Avidon and composer Julianne Wicke Davis are among those who will share development space at the Sundance’s ranch in Wyoming.
Another lively, intimate week of theatre talk.
More than an acting exercise or a comedy gimmick, improv may have grown into the legit theatrical genre some of its pioneers always envisioned.
How a troupe of L.A.-based improvisers reawakened one critic’s taste for the possibilities of live theatre.