In play after play at this year’s festival, men fashioned the yokes and women looked for room to move.
In an America obsessed with personal health, the theatre fosters addictive behavior.
Masked ritual folk theatre is becoming more prevalent in the country’s interior provinces.
The vision of the artist cannot be subject to audience complaints or to a majority vote.
Actors Theatre of Louisville is seeking out new work by ‘established American writers,’ with mixed results.
You write a play, you take your chances.
A look back.
Our writers should be grappling with the limits of production, not of development.
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.