With a 40th anniversary staging of ‘Ubu The King,’ the Actors’ Gang co-founder is revisiting his company’s roots, though he never strayed very far from them in the first place.
Justin Tanner’s great 1990s comedies taught me about the beautiful impermanence of theatre. But artists keep creating, and plays can be revived. Maybe you can go home again.
The new issue touches on several artists and works dear to our theatregoing heart.
Sound designer John Zalewski takes a holistic, even visual approach to crafting a play’s aural world.
A new staging of Madeleine L’Engle’s sci-fi classic is the newest entry in director Tracy Young’s genre-hopping, ensemble-focused career.