In a new exhibit for Atlanta’s Center for Civil and Human Rights, the New York director highlights the theatricality, and the drama, of the Civil Rights Movement.
Music, murder, trickery and grief are some of the themes in play this week across America, from the Greeks to the geeks, from the cocktail hour to the boxing ring.
With a playful play on a serious topic, Sullivan County’s resident devised-theatre company hopes to change the dialogue around the environment.
A new singing-and-signing version of the rock musical puts its themes—voiceless youth, generational misunderstanding—into even sharper focus.
The original ‘Wiz’ recalls its director as half-man, half-god—and as the ‘gigantic mythic crow’ who cawed a trouble show back to life.
After making an album together, the playwright/musician and singer/songwriter decided to collaborate on a new musical.
From Orbiter 3 to the Workhaus Collective, companies have taken 13P’s playwright-focused production model and put their own spin on it.
At this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, American artists leapt the fourth wall to hug, prod and party down with audiences.
With her new play, the writer of “In the Next Room” and “The Clean House” imagines parenting a very precious child.
The filmmaker and TV producer talks about why he prefers L.A. to his native New York, about plans for a “Pretty Woman” musical, and about beating “Miss Saigon” at softball.