How the Tony-nominated star of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ stays in the moment, even a complicated one.
In ‘Ms. Blakk for President,’ the two are unearthing a forgotten slice of queer history and drawing parallels to today’s presidential race.
Coming this fall: a new artist-driven online journal from the Lillys that aims to widen and diversify the discourse.
Five colleagues I got to know over the past year through TCG’s professional development program, which adds up to more than the sum of its parts.
As they take over the regular beat from Hilton Als, the two talk about where they come from and what they’re looking forward to.
Her Pulitzer-winning play ‘Fairview’ is about why white people should make space for people of color; she’s amused that it’s controversial.
Between the push-ups, mud dances, cooing babies, jars of goose fat, and actual geese, what’s not onstage at the Jacobs can be as fascinating as what’s onstage.
An ambitious effort to hire contemporary playwrights to translate the Bard into modern English is about to deliver the goods.
How Opera Theatre of St. Louis used a Wallace Foundation Grant to test audience-building strategies.
In ‘A Jordan Downs Illumination,’ the company returns to South L.A. to find a community changed and still changing.