In her new play, Young Jean Lee explores notions of privilege and identity by conducting an anthropological study of a very particular demographic.
Twelve-hour Greek plays, white face, drag queens, gender parity…the contributors and editors of “American Theatre” reminisce on what they loved most in the theatre in 2014.
Under the Radar and the COIL unveil slates of returning favorites, durational experiments, multi-disciplinary ventures and more.
A retrospective, with images, on the work of set designer Ming Cho Lee.
Two artistic directors take inspiration from a live rodeo for a new performance piece.
Why have musical adaptations of Shakespeare plays become so plentiful?
This year’s vast mixture of work spotlighted new possibilities with respect to time, place and the nature of nurture in theatre today.