With plays like ‘Wild Goose Dreams’ and ‘Cardboard Piano,’ the Korean writer is making a splash on American stages with stories of displacement and hope.
The Public Theater will present a 12-hour marathon of plays by Maria Irene Fornes.
Hidden freezer packs, light fabrics, optional layers: how costumers prepare for the wind and the rain (and the heat).
Brian James Polak interviews the author of ‘Teenage Dick’ about disabled representation onstage, and also about writing ‘structure-less joke-fests.’
On this week’s episode of the new video series: Diep and Jose talk about ‘Jerry Springer the Opera,’ interview Daniel Alexander Jones, and tell you which shows currently playing are worth your money.
The experimental festival will feature new works by sound designer Andrew Schneider and Nature Theater of Oklahoma, and an Octavia Butler opera.
An assistant director recalls the path-breaking original production at the Public Theater.
It will partner with the National Theatre on a new program called Public Acts.
On this week’s podcast, we interview Alison Friedman of Ping Pong Productions, which regularly takes American productions to China. Plus the editors discuss Hedy Weiss, ‘Julius Caesar,’ and the history of theatre architecture.
The Public Theater show goes on despite criticism and corporate sponsors’ cold feet.