Finalists for this year’s prize were ‘Circle Jerk’ by Michael Breslin and Patrick Foley and ‘Stew’ by Zora Howard.
The 2 playwrights talk about what’s been lost to the pandemic and look to a future in which Black stories are the default, not the exception.
Katori Hall’s 2009 play, which imagines MLK’s final night at the Lorraine Motel, has become a staple on U.S. stages.
Lloyd Suh and Katori Hall offer the latest teaching moments in race-conscious casting.
The state’s largest Equity house fosters collaboration, not competition, by partnering with nearby companies, including the Pollard Theatre and the Poteet Theatre.
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, here are 10 notable recent productions of Katori Hall’s oft-produced two-hander.
The author of ‘The Mountaintop’ talks about the inspiration and research for her new play, based on a true story from Rwanda.
It began as a way to illuminate black culture, but Black History Month has become a source of frustration for artists who yearn to be valued equally all year.
The ‘Mountaintop’ scribe pulls no punches, and neither do her characters.