An interview with the playwright about her play ‘The Jacksonian.’
What happened in theatre history this month? We’ll tell you.
The Hypocrites founder made his name punking the classics. Now, as a solo auteur, he’s leavening Greek tragedies.
The Chicago adapter/director seems like a natural choice to turn the beloved ‘Jungle Book’ into a stage musical, but that doesn’t mean it’s been easy.
From the New Mexican desert to the Windy City—this month in national news.
Noah Haidle’s newest play Smokefall, which features two fetuses discussing the outside world, “only makes sense in the context of theatre.”
Memory holds the key to playwright Christopher Shinn’s resonant dramas of the psyche.
A spate of intense new productions shows how Eugene O’Neill’s theatrical vision deepened as his canvas tightened.
Nikkole Salter and Danai Gurira’s Off-Broadway hit about women with HIV/AIDS strikes all the right notes for audiences in Harare, Zimbabwe.
Thumbs up for access, equality, and the Socratic approach.