A dramaturg and director who was fortunate enough to work with her reexamines her underrated legacy.
The festival’s leader accounts for what has been lost and gained from the “divorce” from the Public Theater, and what this year’s multi-venue iteration has in store.
A roundup of prizes, residencies, and other recognition from the week of Dec. 17.
In his latest play, published in full in our Fall print edition, the writer/performer probes implicit ableism and the assumptions we make about people we’ll never really know.
Cohort members will train under the instruction of Jose Solís and other experts in the journalism field, and will have written a commissioned piece by the end of the program.
His latest autobiographical comedy at the Public, ‘Dark Disabled Stories,’ is being designed with access in mind, even as it gets down and dirty about the ways society views and treats disabled people.
A new book documents Oskar Eustis’s regime at the pivotal New York theatre, with its heady mix of idealism, triumph, compromise, and controversy.
Under the Radar, Exponential, and Prototype at last returned in person this year, and the pickings were as unexpected and various as ever.
What began as a dark thought experiment—what if Black folks just left America and its racist violence behind?—has grown into a scathing satire that speaks to something deep inside audiences.
With 3 world premieres and a Broadway revival of her hit play ‘Topdog/Underdog,’ the prolific writer keeps singing her song in a variety of keys.