A retrospective, with images, on the work of set designer Ming Cho Lee.
Director Shawn Sides and set designer Mimi Lien talk about the design concept for their show at Lincoln Center Theater in New York City.
Commercial and not-for-profit theatres can’t do without each other, but hooking up can be as profitable as it is problematic.
Gordon Cox examines the complicated relationships between commercial and not-for-profit theatres
The Austin-based ensemble brings their latest show ‘Stop Hitting Yourself,’ inspired by the provocative novelist, to Lincoln Center Theater.
In his new play ‘Somewhere,’ the playwright revisits family history to tell a forgotten New York story.
Memory holds the key to playwright Christopher Shinn’s resonant dramas of the psyche.
With ‘After the Revolution,’ ‘4000 Miles’ and ‘Belleville,’ this young, Yale-educated playwright shows equal parts ambition and nuance, teeth and sympathy.
A chorus of voices celebrates the legacy of the annual stage design portfolio review at Lincoln Center.
There’s a revolution afoot in theatre design that takes its cue from the three-dimensional spaces of centuries past.