The playwright will win the $50,000 prize for drama, presented by the Whiting Foundation.
What are today’s science fiction and fantasy plays but a kind of modern mythology?
Christina Anderson, Madeline George, and Mac Rogers discuss how they put science in their fiction, pulp in their living-room drama, and speculation in their history.
A new play about loss and memory contemplates a world full of eternal afterimages—‘primes’—that can learn to look and act like us. But how will they feel?
Playwrights at Erik Ehn’s annual Texas retreat don’t speak for 10 days. New writing rushes into the void, along with a sense of community.
Madeleine George explores humanity’s relationship with technology in ‘The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence’ at Playwrights Horizons.