On this episode, 3 playwrights discuss their development experience as past winners of the Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition.
McCraney’s appointment is effective immediately, and he succeeds Matt Shakman, who stepped down in February.
The company’s 5-decade journey from Off-Off-Broadway outlier to Broadway powerhouse has been steered all along by the same 2 leaders.
How this local hero has reflected and lifted up his native city on its own terms, both in his original stage work and in his teaching and advocacy.
The stage and screen giant, recently appointed dean of Howard University’s College of Fine Arts, looks back—and ahead—on an extraordinary career.
The festival of new short plays will feature a Q&A and coaching session with the award-winning writer and teacher.
Rudi Goblen, break-dancing champ turned playwright, enters a school that has done its own share of learning.
In ‘Ms. Blakk for President,’ the two are unearthing a forgotten slice of queer history and drawing parallels to today’s presidential race.
The Oscar-winning writer behind ‘Moonlight’ looks back on his first year as head of the playwriting program at Yale.
The ‘SpongeBob’ director has built a career on experimentation, even within traditional forms. Her next assignment: a musical of ‘Dave.’