The season features 2 new plays from Richard Nelson, the NYC premiere of Lynn Nottage’s ‘Sweat,’ and another David Byrne/Alex Timbers musical.
Refreshingly unlikable female protagonists, underrepresented voices, and an array of new American plays take the stage this month.
The prize awards dramatic literature inspired by the history of the United States.
Transgender characters are enjoying greater visibility than ever before, in venues such as the Public Theater and Playwrights Horizons, but what does it mean for trans* artists?
From spiritual connections to channeling spirits, this month’s theatre pros run the gamut.
Lott Entertainment Presents brings the popular NYC alt-cabaret venue’s programming to Texas.
The company named the writers who will be part of its new-work development program for 2016–17.
The playwright wants to be a griot for her hometown of Detroit and beyond.
Theatre is an inherently local medium, but two new PBS programs hope to reach new audiences with plays where they live.
The director likes to walk on theatre’s wild side, but can he keep the show going at NYC’s Flea Theater?