In his lifelong affair with the theatre, he could be a possessive, even jealous lover, but both his intellectual acuity and his abundant humanity shone through all his writing.
The O’Neill has transitioned its summer programming online, with no events taking place at its Waterford, Conn., campus.
New plays, musicals, puppetry pieces and cabaret shows will get an airing at the storied development center.
AT’s own Suzy Evans went to the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center to discuss the role of critics in theatre and how they view their relationship with artists.
Its organizers nursed it, rehearsed it and gave out the news- this is where American theatre writing can gestate and blossom (if you handle the sturm und drang.)
We take a look back at the major historical moments in theatre in May and June.
Calling all dramaturgs, one-time dramaturgs, would-be dramaturgs! What production in the coming season have you heard about that you wish you were working on as a dramaturg? What is it about this show that afflicts you with dramaturgical envy?