Beckett’s play about a woman living moment to moment in a pile of dirt is a natural fit, and a great lesson, for our pandemic isolation.
A new generation of theatremakers is ready to blow up the gay canon and reclaim a defiantly queer aesthetic.
Jokes about sexual assault seldom have the double-edged bite of Truscott’s riotous, disturbing solo show ‘Asking for It.’
Whatever Shakespeare’s intentions, the actor/writer argues, the role now offers a chance to reflect on race as it’s lived now. But are we up for that?
The troupe’s 20th festival plans stagings of new plays by Jerry Lieblich, Kate E. Ryan and Jaclyn Backhaus.
Clubbed Thumb in New York City uses “social captains” to get targeted audiences to come to shows.