If her plays of the 1980s and ’90s had a singular aesthetic, here are at least 3 reasons: designers Donald Eastman, Anne Militello, and Gabriel Berry.
How Maria Irene Fornes shaped ‘Fefu and Her Friends,’ from a 1977 interview.
A legion of advocates, and an upcoming festival, aim to bolster the legacy of the influential playwright and teacher.
This Los Angeles playwright/performer didn’t let blindness keep him from seeing the world.
Building dynamic characters for the stage goes far beyond gender.
Two major playwrights reflect on the role of gender in their writing and in their careers.