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.
The author of ‘Wild’ and ‘Tiny Beautiful Things’ is the keynote speaker at the 2017 Theatre Communications Group national conference in Portland.
Richard Nelson’s play about Papp joins a slate featuring world premieres from Elevator Repair Service and Lynn Nottage.
Theatre companies small and large seek new inspirations down disparate paths—and some audiences are following.
A history of the 60-year-old initiative that brings theatre directly to the people.
Is drama dying on the Main Stem? Not if these writers (and some enterprising nonprofits) can help it.
From public discussions to “empathy nights” to grass-roots activism, theatres across the country are responding to the current moment with resources at hand.
Many of TYA’s longtime aims—dramatizing thorny subjects, modeling diversity and tolerance—are more relevant than ever.
Richard Nelson’s newest cycle of plays views the presidential election through a painfully personal lens.