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.
The Goodman’s second-in-command looks to the future.
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?
Jack Viertel goes from daily critic to in-house dramaturg at L.A.’s flagship theatre.
Building dynamic characters for the stage goes far beyond gender.
Two major playwrights reflect on the role of gender in their writing and in their careers.
There’s no mystery to making a musical, declares the theatre’s most acclaimed composer. It’s just hard work.
The lessons of recent history teach us that the arts will only survive if they are in the hands of artists.