How vacations in the Poconos shaped the American musical.
A drag performer and playwright fiercely embodies his own speculations about beauty and imperfection.
In Indianapolis, James Still is not just a playwright—he’s a brand.
Rich mix at arts fest honors tradition yet pushes limits on sex and language.
An interview with David Henry Hwang about his play ‘Yellow Face.’
Older, wiser and as prolific as ever, the much-honored playwright still chooses his words with immaculate care.
Editor-in-chief Jim O’Quinn outlines the contents of this January’s annual special section on theatrical training.
Companies in New York and Texas take on a plethora of techniques in workshop productions about actor training.
Actors in search of their distinctive voices create a new brew from ingredients they’ve gathered over time.
Eight master acting teachers investigate the crucial balance between classroom rigor and personal discovery.