On this episode we broke the news that Nottage’s ‘Clyde’s’ will be the most-produced play of the season, then welcomed her and fellow prolific scribe Gunderson on to talk shop.
A mix of familiar and new titles, of challenge and comfort, characterizes this year’s lists, the first this magazine has done since 2019.
The recent unveiling of Alison Saar’s sculpture ‘To Sit A While’ kicked off a national tour to raise awareness of this great American writer and the many who follow in the path she paved.
This month Brian talks to the prolific and decorated playwright about her early struggles and triumphs, and that time she got stuck in the Lincoln Center bathroom.
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Lynn Nottage, and Marco Ramirez will create work specifically for LCT’s Broadway stage.
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?
Playwright Gina Femia joins Lynn Nottage as the two playwrights receiving awards at this year’s festival.
From the birth of actor Phyllis Frelich to the opening of Vancouver’s Arts Club Theatre Company and premieres by Albee and Nottage, February has been a significant month for theatre.
Lynn Nottage’s play about Rust Belt economic discontent will be presented throughout 18 Midwest cities this fall.
On this podcast, Peter Marks steps out and Lynn Nottage steps in. How is she as a theatre critic? Find out!