On this episode we talk to playwright Mike Lew and director Moritz von Stuelpnagel about taking ‘tiny father’ from audio to audience and catch up with critic J. Wynn Rousuck about the Contemporary American Theater Festival.
Shakespeare’s iconic villain has always been disabled, but increasingly the actors playing him—and the productions and adaptations they star in—reflect disability aesthetics and activism.
A look at 8 shows that the pandemic cut short, what’s happened to them since, and what might be next.
A co-production among Woolly Mammoth, the Huntington, and Pasadena Playhouse gives new life to Mike Lew’s disability-themed spin on ‘Richard III.’
This year’s theatre fellows include L. M. Bogad, Rebecca Schneider, Mike Lew, Kaneza Schaal, and Sarah Cameron Sunde.
How our theatre skills can help us adapt to this enforced time indoors.
Lyricist Daniel Messé and co-librettists Rehana Lew Mirza and Mike Lew are this year’s awardees.
The audio book producer will support the development of 10 new theatre works.
Brian James Polak interviews the author of ‘Teenage Dick’ about disabled representation onstage, and also about writing ‘structure-less joke-fests.’
Olivia Dufault, Mike Lew, and Susan Soon He Stanton will develop new plays as part of the inaugural fellowship.