Expanding its mission beyond developing playwrights, the O’Neill will accept applications in January for its first National Directors Fellowship.
Humana’s next season brings in new voices and a few returning favorites. New and notable this time: a slightly more pronounced Kentucky twang.
CPS Shakespeare!, which puts underserved high schoolers into fully staged productions on the Chicago Shakes stage, is recognized for its unique impact.
After a last-minute scare with the bank, the long-troubled Pittsburgh arts center is in the hands of local foundations, with ambitious plans to get it right this time.
She took a new job in a new city, bought a new home—and then got a breast cancer diagnosis. She’s getting by with a little from her friends, including Sam Beckett.
In a new reimagining of Lapine and Sondheim’s fairy-tale musical, 11 actors play all the roles and all the instruments—and the set itself is an instrument.
With two stages and a rotating repertory season, this small mountain-town theatre company specializes in intimate new plays and contemporary revivals.
A seldom-produced Elizabethan epic storms a Brooklyn stage, and its lead actor John Douglas Thompson reflects on the value of Marlowe and the universality of the classic roles.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and author talks about unsettling his audience and repainting the Muslim image in the West.
The late British author revolutionized children’s literature with his twisted tales, and they’re flourishing anew onstage. What is it about Dahl’s world that seems to suit our own?