As theatres claim a role at the center of community life, the aim is transformation, not transaction.
Next season at American Repertory Theater includes a new work based on a Langston Hughes poem, a play about Korean sea women, and a musical about the Arab Spring.
Will the new tax law threaten charitable giving? We can’t afford to wait to find out.
On this week’s podcast, our guest is Mickey Rowe, the first autistic actor to play the main character in ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.’ Plus, the editors talk Harvey and student loans.
What the crisis at Harvard’s ART Institute says about the precarious state of theatre training in higher education.
‘Jagged Little Pill,’ with a book by screenwriter Diablo Cody, will also feature Capote, Warhol, and Austen.
An O’Neill biography puts the drama centerstage, while a tantalizing compendium of Beckett-iana largely elides it.
Both ‘Trans Scripts’ and ‘Orange Julius’ let trans people tell their own stories, though only one credits a trans playwright.
It’s not just about talkbacks at the small Boston theatre—it’s about creating safe spaces for engagement with often uncomfortable work.
Anna Deavere Smith, Bill Rauch, and Jo Bonney will return to the theatre to perform and direct.