The Off-Broadway company, forced to vacate its longtime home last fall, got help from the mayor’s office.
Why the director and designer, longtime collaborators, decided to serve up Shakespeare in a plywood container.
This week’s guest is Greg Reiner, the director of theatre and musical theatre at the NEA, who assures us that the state of the arts is strong. Plus, the editors discuss all-gender bathrooms and high school theatre.
The season will feature two world premieres and a studio workshop of a new play by Jackie Sibblies Drury.
Amid a noisy world and an ephemeral culture, the intimacy and invigoration of theatre—particularly a small theatre like Soho Rep—is more essential than ever.
The company’s free Write With Us invites members of the public into its writers’ creative process.
The indie Americana musical spans time and space, but its story hits close to home for its author.
The Off Broadway company will produce ‘Futurity,’ a Civil War sci-fi musical, and a U.S. premiere by Alice Birch.
Anne Washburn’s new play at Soho Rep, about a troubled tech rehearsal, puts a fictional backstage crew and the show’s real backstage crew into a new kind of dialogue.
How set designer Louisa Thompson, and the creative team at Soho Rep, turned an empty storefront into a hyper-realistic yet fantastical laundromat.