A look back.
A reprint of a seminal 1966 essay that led to the founding of the Negro Ensemble Company.
An emotional farewell is staged for activist Free Southern Theatre.
We may not have realized we were building long-lasting institutions to make theatre. But now that we have them, what should we do with them?
Building dynamic characters for the stage goes far beyond gender.
The lessons of recent history teach us that the arts will only survive if they are in the hands of artists.
This unique nine-member company is more than the sum of its parts.
An American giant in her dotage weighs in on success, fear, love, and idealism.
“Communication” and “context” were the bywords of the magazine’s first issue.
Sam Shepard, like Elvis, has found an infectious groove in the cracks of American mythology.