We take a look back at significant moments in theatre history for February.
Meg Miroshnik creates piece featuring young Russian girls after noticing a lack of females in Russian theatre.
Playwrights use their own experience to pen a play for change.
Radical playwright takes on gender and social norms in new play.
A chance hospital encounter leads to a new Chicago play.
New play isn’t just about the head covering; it’s about so much more.
Playwright draws on personal experience and relationships to develop character language.
Daniel Sack sits down with Michael Donald Edwards and discusses how Americans are doing in the theatre.
The increasing amount of Geek theatre comments on many themes, but really aims to feature the under dog.
Designers for a play told from a pigeon’s point of view give details of the set development.