A forgotten chapter of mid-20th-century theatre history is about to be restored, as ‘The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window’ is restaged in Seattle and Brooklyn.
Lorraine Hansberry’s long-awaited sophomore effort was greeted coolly, even confusedly, in 1964, but ambivalence—about art, activism, and their fraught intersection—has always been in the play’s DNA.
For her first stage role in a while, the ‘Mrs. Maisel’ actor is ready to embrace the role of another imperfect but lovable woman performer in a rocky marriage.
Binder will take the reins in December, when longtime executive producer Joseph V. Melillo steps down.
Melillo’s departure is part of a series of planned leadership transitions.
The designer and restorer of some of his city’s most iconic theatre spaces was something of a New York icon himself.
The new book ‘Drop Dead’ puts a debate we’re still having—between art for art’s sake and art for the common good—into stark relief.
Daughter becomes mother in the Irish company’s 20th-anniversary staging of Martin McDonagh’s landmark play, which now tours the U.S.
A cross-cultural opera in Nepal isn’t just building dialogue—it’s also helping to rebuild a quake-ravaged city.
The master director from St. Petersburg takes some liberties with the playwright’s final work, but the result is somehow all the more Chekhovian.