Lydia R. Diamond’s new play is set on the diamond, telling the hard-hitting story of the first female pro baseball player.
In a Roundabout revival of the nearly 40-year-old play, it holds up as a withering portrait of the myths and traps of American masculinity.
The musical by Cole Porter, Bella Spewack, and Samuel Spewack started out more female-focused. What happened?
The team behind the Off-Broadway hit ‘Usual Girls’ discuss female sexuality and unrealistic beauty standards. Plus, the Friends review ‘King Kong’ on Broadway.
The award-bedecked actor, revisiting a role in ‘Apologia,’ says she seeks out work that can stimulate conversation.
Three Columbia University students will receive readings of their new plays and cash prizes.
This week, Diep and Jose saw ‘Escape to Margaritaville’ and ‘Amy and the Orphans’ and picked which one they would see again (if they had to pay for it). Plus actor André Holland drops by!
The Theatrical Workforce Development Program readies young people to take on jobs backstage and in the booth.
Cooper joins Le Petit Theatre after leaving his position at American Conservatory Theater.
The programs include a directing fellowship, led by Sam Gold, and writing retreats for playwrights.