This month features memorable moments in the lives of Federica García Lorca, Bertolt Brecht, and William S. Yellow Robe Jr.
Her film ‘Red Pill,’ which she thinks of as a Black woman’s ‘Get Out,’ views the nation’s ills through the lens of horror.
Atlanta’s 7 Stages creates a Brechtian world using onstage cameras and digital projections.
Four books make fresh cases not only for the German playwright’s relevance but for his virtuosity as well.
This week’s guest is Tonya Pinkins, who discusses why she quit the controversial ‘Mother Courage’ at Classic Stage Company. Plus: The editors catch up on some big entrances and exits.
He acted onstage and in films, but he never gave a greater performance than in the role of rock god.
Rehearsal room squabbles aside, the questions raised by Tonya Pinkins as she departed CSC’s ‘Mother Courage’ deserve a closer look.
The ‘Spring Awakening’ composer, who enjoyed working on Brecht’s thorny classic with director Brian Kulick and star Tonya Pinkins, weighs in on the show’s fortunes.
The playwright’s nephew tried to capture acting’s transcendent dimensions—an excerpt from ‘The Other Chkehov: A Biography of Michael Chekhov.’