A lap dance from a peanut-butter-covered werewolf? A hip-hop Dickens intervention? No wonder this comedy storefront attracts a young, rowdy ATL audience.
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.