Sarah Ruhl’s play, born in part from the generosity of Tibetans, is raising money for victims of last year’s Nepal earthquake.
From the founding of the Colored Actors’ Union to the opening of the Coconut Grove Playhouse, January has many historical events to be proud of.
New stagings of ‘All My Sons,’ ‘A View From the Bridge,’ and ‘Incident at Vichy’ don’t just remind us of the playwright’s grand ambitions; they realize them.
The founder of the brand new development hub opens up about the company’s and her own gestation.
The lineup includes new plays and a revival of a classic.
The ‘Great Comet’ composer returns to Russia for ‘Preludes,’ and this time it’s personal.
The play will be read at this year’s festival prior to its fall premiere in New York. Also announced: Next year a commission will be added to the prize.
The Off-Broadway company joins the ranks of nonprofits with Broadway houses, with a mission to produce living American writers.
Her new play unfolds like a detective story, which is only fitting, since the playwright doesn’t map out her work but discovers it as she writes.
The co-creator of the mad pirates of “Jollyship” is writing plays for people now, but he’s still unleashing comic chaos.