In excerpts from a new book, the British-born director talks about childhood mysteries, the theatre buildings he’s worked in, and his fascination with erasure and contradictions.
5 monologues by Asian American writers, performed by Asian American actors over 60, comprise a new NAATCO anthology at the Public Theater.
The outgoing artistic director of Actors Theatre of Louisville talks about new plays, directing vs. interpreting, and his impressive beard.
At the 42nd Humana Festival of New American Plays, the Kilroys and Anne Bogart spoke, Lauren Gunderson got a prize, and a majority female-authored program commanded the stage.
The British-born director departs after six years leading the Kentucky theatre and its influential new-play program, the Humana Festival.
The busy and passionate Off-Broadway director has built her career on ensembles and new work.
Actors Theatre of Louisville’s latest new-play fest reflected a nation, and a field, rushing to the future, haunted by the past.
A collection of not-so-straight plays, an ensemble-devised work and an African-American living-room play made up the main slate at Actors Theatre’s annual new-play gathering.
Humana’s next season brings in new voices and a few returning favorites. New and notable this time: a slightly more pronounced Kentucky twang.
A new play about a doctrinal controversy at one megachurch cracks open conversations about difficult emotions.