From Beethoven to Irving Berlin, the versatile polymath has built a repertoire of solo shows about the lives and work of great musicians.
The awards and prizes that have been given out since our last issue.
Seven resident theatres celebrate their gold anniversary.
Tarell Alvin McCraney earns a MacArthur ‘Genius’ grant, Arthur Kopit is honored at the William Inge Festival and more awards from our November 2013 issue.
From Tanya Saracho to Stephen Sondheim, this crop of honors acknowledged standout companies and artists from coast to coast.
The new musical from Robert L. Freedman and Steven Lutvak tells its grisly tale with just the right measure of taste, tone, and intent—and a whole lot of Jefferson Mays.
His themes and characters get upended by female artists with fresh insights into plays we thought we knew.
Even Edward Albee figures she’s the kind of director who’s watching his back.
Theatres are deftly negotiating the bumps and curves of an economy in flux. Theatre Facts 2011 tracks their progress.
Experienced mentors share notes—and spark a spate of provocative questions.