A conversation with the writer of ‘Greater Clements’ about political plays, the dramatic form, and Idaho.
The two artists will be produced multiple times over a single season at the Off-Broadway theatre; Samuel D. Hunter, Lauren Yee, and collective the Mad Ones will join the Residency 5 program.
Samuel D. Hunter’s play for Theater Breaking Through Barriers is about a group of childhood friends who happen to be Deaf and disabled.
The Connecticut theatre’s season will include a world premiere by Samuel D. Hunter and a revival of Emily Mann’s ‘Having Our Say.’
How Denver Center Theatre Company artistic director Kent Thompson turned Denver into a must-see stop for new-play development with the Colorado New Play Summit.
The MacArthur genius grantee talks about his new play ‘Pocatello’ at Playwrights Horizons, and why the Olive Garden makes a great metaphor for family and community.
Writers can’t live on commissions and royalties alone, so some theatres are adjusting the way they compensate them. Are these gestures enough to turn the tide?