He plans to leave at the end of 2024-25 season, after more than 3 decades at the theatre, and more than 4 decades in theatre administration.
Candrice Jones’s new play about a Southern girls’ basketball team has come a long way, but it hasn’t been a layup.
Two in-demand directors of new plays meet to discuss their current projects and the state of the field.
Writer Sarah Ruhl and director Rebecca Taichman talk about how they’re crafting ‘Becky Nurse of Salem,’ a new play about witches and women’s power.
For 25 years, this hugely influential program welcomed directors from all over the world to compare work and share practices. Is it really over?
After our July break, we return for an interview with the writer-director-performer of ‘The Nosebleed.’
As a new version of ‘Pass Over’ gets ready to reopen Broadway, its playwright is poised for a fresh chapter.
With Dominique Morisseau’s play as inspiration, Lincoln Center Theater’s education program finds a way to connect and engage high school students.
The theatre’s new literary magazine features writing by artists as well as administrators, looking inward at the institution at a time of challenge and change.
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Lynn Nottage, and Marco Ramirez will create work specifically for LCT’s Broadway stage.