Building on the success of its 2015 launch, this year’s festival of new work by women comes at an even more urgent time.
Why Suzan-Lori Parks decided to write a play every day during Trump’s first 100 days
Whose programs do the programmers admire most? We asked some U.S. theatre leaders and they told us.
Mallin leaves her post of ten years to explore new opportunities.
The troupe, which grew from modest origins into one of Canada’s essential theatres, takes Manhattan.
Productions that rely on new nightly casting and audience interaction can provide uniquely engaging theatregoing experiences.
The late playwrights’ advocate James Houghton left behind an embarrassment of riches for his successor, but she seems quite suited to the task.
Her iconic black-and-white images of playwrights, collected in a new book, help reveal their subjects’ true selves.
Stephen Adly Guirgis, Dave Malloy, Dominique Morisseau, and Lynn Nottage will join residency programs.
The busy and passionate Off-Broadway director has built her career on ensembles and new work.