The residency includes two $15,000 commissions, a full production, a theatregoing stipend, a writing retreat, mentorship, and more.
A director with bicoastal credits and extensive experience developing new work, she will succeed NYTW’s longtime leader Jim Nicola.
His new play at the Signature Theatre is not a theological argument but another of his searching efforts to find meaning in contemporary American life.
When this go-to choreographer is doing his storytelling job right, you may not even notice the dancing at all—but he’s got more moves in store.
Post-show engagement might take many forms, so why are we stuck with a one-size-fits-all Q&A format?
As Anna Deavere Smith’s theatrical document of the 1992 L.A. uprising returns in a new form, it may feel so in touch with our moment because it helped to define it.
This week the critics speak to James Lapine about his new memoir of writing ‘Sunday in the Park With George’ with Sondheim, and talk up some shows they’ve seen.
Longtime collaborator plans to continue the theatre’s commitment to musicals and new works.
An enforced break from a busy schedule offers time for reflection, but be careful what we wish for.
This week the topic is how personal experiences inform criticism, as the critics touch on ‘Mac Beth’ at Hunter Theater Project, ‘Gun and Powder’ at Signature Theatre, and ‘Medea’ at BAM