A conversation with the writer of ‘Greater Clements’ about political plays, the dramatic form, and Idaho.
A sage producer who supported and enabled visionary leaders and artists, he had a touch of the visionary about him as well.
If we can’t have theatre until we can gather again safely, what are U.S. theatres and artists going to do in the meantime, and after?
The critics look back on a decade of change in the American theatre, and discuss ‘Greater Clements,’ ‘Sing Street,’ and the ‘My Fair Lady’ tour.
Watching and helping John Guare build his plays inspired his erstwhile assistant to do the same.
From a director of patron services in D.C. to a dramaturg in Illinois, here are some theatre folks you should have on your radar.
From Sophie Treadwell to David Mamet, from D.C.’s Kennedy Center to St. Paul’s History Theatre, September was a busy month for theatre.
A conversation with the playwright about epic theatre, political uplift, and why she doesn’t need “allies.”
No longer a rarefied practice, sensory-friendly performances got a national boost from Lincoln Center’s April-May festival.
Do a crop of inward-looking new plays about white privilege represent a step forward, or are they an expression of privilege in themselves?