As the walls among mediums begin to tumble, so too the boundaries separating training programs.
What can we learn from those who came before us? Things we will one day pass on.
Some of the nation’s biggest theatrical questions are being asked, and vigorously answered, in Chicago.
Small theatre is an aesthetic as well as an economic designation, and both aspects deserve attention.
The subject of our September cover is a fiercely individual American master.
Stage sound comprises more than dialogue, effects, and music, and the folks who design it are doing more than mere augmentation.
From Edwidge Danticat to Wesley Morris, from Quiara Alegría Hudes to Lee Breuer, this year’s four tentpole gatherings were as rich and stimulating as the Florida city.
Rooted in tradition while branching into the future, Japanese theatre is making new converts, at home and abroad.
What should we expect from the U.S. theatre’s field-wide changing of the guard? A new generation of leaders gives cause for cautious optimism.
Not much makes it to the stage in our nation’s putative theatre capital that didn’t come from somewhere else.