Even a continent apart, they confer about what matters.
Re-energizing the struggle to create exciting theatre for black audiences.
She admired his work from afar as a teenager. Now they’ve partnered for 20 years.
As-yet-untried strategies may be the key to maintaining artistic gains—even in the face of cutbacks and audience uncertainty
An African spiritual strength born of adversity undergirds his masterful 10-play circle.
Or, how visual arts audiences got comfortable with radical innovation, while theatre audiences didn’t.
Identity and cultural authenticity are dramatic fodder for William S. Yellow Robe Jr.
An interview with Melissa James Gibson about her play ‘Brooklyn Bridge.’
An interview with Richard Foreman about his play ‘The Gods Are Pounding My Head!’
Actors are subject to both the pleasures of imitation and the rigors of an exalted calling—an excerpt from “Letters to a Young Actor.”