Don’t let the gentle demeanor fool you. Her plays are rife with murder and mayhem.
Two decades ago, theatre for young people was just an ugly duckling. But look at it now!
A shout out to theatre trustees.
Deep community roots sustain an African-American theatre with growing pains.
A community mourns the loss of “the steel” through a unique theatrical event.
Time to call a truce between the “musical” and “nonmusical” theatre.
These brainy new composers may be the hope of the American musical theatre.
A working actress comes to grips with parenthood.
The full text of the TCG Fall Forum keynote speech on effective governance for changing times.
Play Company stages an Ettore Scola film in ‘Working on a Special Day.’