Postponed by the pandemic, the latest iteration of Germany’s most famous Passion Play has returned with spectacle and spirit intact, minus some of its nastier legacies.
This week we talk to the playwright of ‘Alma’ and ‘In His Hands’ about intimacy, religion, poetic realism, and Mario Kart.
His new play at the Signature Theatre is not a theological argument but another of his searching efforts to find meaning in contemporary American life.
A new cycle of plays about religious belief prompts L.A.’s Cornerstone Theater Company to rethink some definitions: of community, of tolerance, of Cornerstone itself.
Times are changing at the world’s most famous—and infamous—passion play. Plus: Reflections of and on Obergammerau by Robert Wilson and Sarah Ruhl.