In this excerpt from André Gregory’s ‘This Is Not My Memoir,’ written with Todd London, he recounts his formative months at the Berliner Ensemble.
Once feeling stranded in TV land, he cast out on his own and hasn’t looked back.
From the birth of playwright Bill Gunn to the beginnings of Odyssey Theatre Ensemble, Pittsburgh Public Theater, and Valley Youth Theatre, July has been a hot month for theatre.
Even in a polarized age, the best dramatists are drawn to complications, not simple answers, as Richard Nelson’s Chekhovian plays prove.
The eminent critic looks back on a career, and a century, of high hopes and pitched battles.
American Theatre sat down with the Hollywood leading lady to discuss performing, music and her career.
The New York director balances classics and new plays, in big venues and small, while stripping away the safety net.
A new production of ‘Good Woman of Sezuan’ offers cautionary parallels for post-reunification Germany.
Weimar recreated at Louisville Classics Festival, highlighted by rare visit of the Berliner Ensemble.
The partnerships of sports and the stage at this year Olympics should come as no surprise.