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.
The college’s Beinecke Library is proud to present an award to the Brooklyn-based playwright, one of three dramatists given the prestigious $150,000 prize.
The British-born director curates her Tribeca theatre with an eye on design, a taste for discomfort and a curiosity about who the work is for.
Rachel Chavkin returns to direct Wohl’s ‘Small Mouth Sounds,’ the musical ‘Futurity’ will have its New York premiere in a Soho Rep coproduction, and more resident artists are announced.
Twelve-hour Greek plays, white face, drag queens, gender parity…the contributors and editors of “American Theatre” reminisce on what they loved most in the theatre in 2014.
Clubbed Thumb in New York City uses “social captains” to get targeted audiences to come to shows.
His plays—‘Appropriate,’ ‘An Octoroon,’ ‘Neighbors,’ ‘Gloria,’ ‘War’—are high-wire performances in themselves.
How the design team for David Adjmi’s “Marie Antoinette,” tackled downsizing the play for a smaller black box space.
Forget jukebox shows and rock stars; the American musical looks and sounds more like a jam session between indie bands and theatre artists.