October recalls the extraordinary career of a 19th-century performer, the founding of both an Indianapolis institution and a West Coast bilingual theatre project, as well as the premieres of 2 very different works by queer Latinas on the East Coast.
From L.A.’s historic Teatro Hidalgo to New York’s INTAR, from D.C. to Houston and beyond, September has been a rich month for Hispanic and Latinx theatre artistry in the U.S.
The season will feature the premiere of a new virtual play by Christopher Chen and the pre-Broadway run of the musical ‘Soul Train.’
How Fornés’s landmark play can teach us to imagine different ways of living, fighting, and making theatre.
Artists behind the 1977 premiere of María Irene Fornés’s groundbreaking play compare notes with artists from a new revival.
The Texas-born, Oregon-based playwright imagines a Steinbeck sequel with timely resonance.
The free writing she taught us may have opened us up, but she also subtly framed and shaped our sense of theatrical form.
How my teacher led me home.
We who were lucky enough to study with the great playwright and teacher felt challenged, inspired, and above all seen.
The Public Theater will present a 12-hour marathon of plays by Maria Irene Fornes.