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As the field faces the uncertain future, might ensemble theatres—with their mix of continuity and adaptability, and their focus on the artistic mission—point the way forward?
The reeling ecstasy of the troupe’s new “record album interpretation” comes via the most straightforward means imaginable.
Christina Masciotti’s uneasily naturalistic play depicts a factory worker fallen on hard times and caught between two contrasting neighbors.
Matt Lyle’s wild comedy, inspired by a mild real-life social humiliation, throws self-judgment and invidious class comparison on the grill next to the road kill.
Several books tell the rich history of New York’s commercial theatre district from a variety of angles. What about its future?
We talked to 10 theatre artists about the trials, tribulations and triumphs of collaborating—in work and in life.
A critic’s round table on David Lindsay-Abaire’s oft-performed ‘Good People,’ as well as chat about Sean Graney, diversity and Taylor Mac.
Festival founder Blair Thomas aimed to challenge the conventional notions of puppetry and maybe invent some new models along the way during this 12-day Chicago event.
The ensemble theatre’s season will include Richard Nash’s ‘The Rainmaker,’ James Still’s ‘Looking Over the President’s Shoulder’ and ‘Little Shop of Horrors.’