November recalls the play Lincoln first saw Booth in, Kern’s Princess Theatre musicals, a Puerto Rican literary godfather, a gospel Oedipus musical, and a century-defining epic.
One of the regional theatre’s founding generation, he’s now back at the 43-year-old New Jersey company he co-founded.
From the ‘West Side Story’ tour to television to work with George C. Wolfe, this performer/choreographer has followed each next step where it led.
Glynn Turman, Colman Domingo, and Michael Potts talk about the new film of August Wilson’s breakthrough play.
In times of crisis, theatre has more than one role to play.
His newest Broadway effort aims to tap the power of a little-remembered 1921 show that changed the American musical.
The celebrated stage and film director, playwright, and actor will receive the award this spring.
In a new exhibit for Atlanta’s Center for Civil and Human Rights, the New York director highlights the theatricality, and the drama, of the Civil Rights Movement.