A chorus of voices proposes crucial goals for the American theatre—and suggests some creative ways of getting there.
From a brew of doubt, hope and mystery, a playwright conjures the theatre of the future.
Peering over the edge at the Humana Festival.
Two toothsome plays take a bite out of Humana.
Doing ‘Medea’ put her in touch with emotions she usually avoids, but as she learned, there can be great bliss in the release of rage.
An award-winning playwright takes aim at undergraduate arts training, not to mention the Fortune 500, sex education, and the occasional piece of Republican legislation.
August Wilson’s Pittsburgh, and the black American experience, translated into Chinese and transposed to China.
Rounding out their first year since graduation, members of ART’s class of 1995 find reading and spirituality at the center of their new lives as actors.
Now graduated and out working as actors, members of ART’s class of 1995 find themselves walking the fine line between personal choice and professional serendipity.
The celebrated playwright, essayist, activist, and Nobel winner discusses his writing and how he sees himself in relation to Nigeria.