This month Woodzick talks with the singer-songwriter-dancer about his new show and album ‘English With an Accent,’ an allegory about immigration and transformation.
The new position replaces the old artistic director role, and focuses on expanding Lincoln Center’s cultural reach in the city.
Choice notes from an extraordinary theatregoing career, documenting trends and artists of the late 20th-century stage.
The birth of North America’s first professional troupe, the collapse of Zero Mostel, controversies, mergers, and more.
There will be four theatre productions in addition to dance, film, and music programming.
Revisiting MFA graduates from the ’90s, insights into Twin Cities leadership transitions, plus an in-depth interview with composer/lyricist Lin-Manuel Miranda.
The Chinese opera diva, who has revivified a classic form, rides a wave of adulation to Lincoln Center.
As their 1998 musical about a lynching in the South readies for a Lincoln Center concert, the composer/lyricist and playwright recall its origins and its import.
Two parents are concerned about their young son’s love for Cinderella and playing dress-up. Should they be? Daniel Pearle’s play, coming soon to About Face Theatre, explores the question.
With her new play, the writer of “In the Next Room” and “The Clean House” imagines parenting a very precious child.