A new space in upstate New York puts its focus on English-language premieres of plays from around the world, as well as commissions of locally themed work.
Among their findings: that New York’s small theatres and Chicago’s storefronts are billion-dollar economic drivers as well as cultural hotbeds.
The Broadway veteran, still kicking in ‘Hadestown,’ has blazed a path so that others may follow.
The best way to follow her path-breaking lead, she says, is not to follow in her exact footsteps.
This 89-year-old Portlander tells how and why he became the world’s oldest living drag queen performer.
Once feeling stranded in TV land, he cast out on his own and hasn’t looked back.
At the Public Theater she’s in charge of making sure all the designers are on same page.
Her contributions to the field of properties directing are paving the way for designers, especially women.
Boston’s Suffolk University will present the entire set of Wilder’s ‘Sins’ one-acts for the first time in one program.
In Ohio-based writer Christopher Johnston’s new play, a disgraceful global trade hits close to home.