Over the past year, no fewer than 10 shows on both sides of the Atlantic have addressed the historical rise of Nazism and/or the troubling resurfacing of antisemitism.
Sarah Silverman’s musical memoir, delayed by pandemic and the death of a key collaborator, finally arrives at the Atlantic with its frank, irreverent spirit intact.
The awards will allow 28 productions more time for rehearsal and development with the entire creative team.
Plays exploring the Jewish experience receive the first Trish Vradenburg Jewish Play Prize and the Patty Abramson Jewish Play Prize.
The artists-in-residence will make their way to Massachusetts, while the fellows will work from New York City.
Though her musical of ‘The Bedwetter’ has been postponed, the standup’s stage appetite has clearly been whetted.
Is drama dying on the Main Stem? Not if these writers (and some enterprising nonprofits) can help it.
Joshua Harmon, Lucas Hnath, Lynn Nottage, JT Rogers, and Paula Vogel compare notes.
The ‘Bad Jews’ playwright responds to a miserable election season with a comic take on a Greek tragedy.
The city’s notorious child murders of 1979 are the backdrop of Janine Nabers’s ‘Serial Black Face,’ and Steve Yockey will get two world premieres.