The season ranges from Richard Maxwell’s ‘Isolde’ to Trevor Nunn’s ‘Pericles,’ and features John Douglas Thompson in two major roles.
The British-born director curates her Tribeca theatre with an eye on design, a taste for discomfort and a curiosity about who the work is for.
A seldom-produced Elizabethan epic storms a Brooklyn stage, and its lead actor John Douglas Thompson reflects on the value of Marlowe and the universality of the classic roles.
The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre rounds up $29,900 for a new teaching center, black playwright Ed Bullins is honored with his own season at the New Federal Theatre, and more from November’s news items.
The ‘Sons of Anarchy’ star talks about why she keeps coming to the New York stage.
At BAM and beyond, his plays propel the willing on a rueful search for meaning.
In an interview, Cicely Berry reveals how working on the sound and rhythm in Shakespeare can lead actors to the language within themselves.
The French designer Jean-Guy Lecat ponders the living intricacies of space, design and performance.