The Dallas playwright, whose play ‘penny candy’ has just been published, talks about his city, his writing, and the busy intersection of the two.
As cases of sexual misconduct and harassment are reported in our field, we must examine our collective responsibility—and our ability to make change.
Plays on some pet presidential subjects—immigration, U.S. history, the presidency itself—stir uneasy new resonances.
The former director of education at Dallas Theatre Center joins will lead Berkeley’s School of Theatre.
The Texas theatre’s new season has a little bit of picking, a little bit of grinning, and plays about immigration, isolation, dreams and visions.
Shakespeare goes behind bars, old sets and costumes go on display and a playhouse faces tax increases in this month’s theatre news.
Two seasons ago, he seemed to be everywhere at once, including Broadway. Now he’s gearing up for more multi-city flights.