What does it mean for a venerable 57-year-old regional theatre to become itinerant? The answer matters beyond New Haven.
Retired artistic directors Jon Jory and Tina Packer on their next acts.
The Jon Jory/Jane Martin spirit still infuses America’s most critic-friendly festival.
The founder of Actors Theatre of Louisville offers a few observations and admonitions on the way out the door.
The dark side of the American experience dominates Jon Jory’s farewell edition of the Humana Festival.
Humana is two decades old, and still surprising.
Humana Festival playwrights project trouble on the home front.
What 3 new works by the author of ‘’night, Mother’ say about her unique career arc, and about the field in which she’s gained a tenuous but undeniable hold.
In play after play at this year’s festival, men fashioned the yokes and women looked for room to move.
Actors Theatre of Louisville is seeking out new work by ‘established American writers,’ with mixed results.