This month the author of ‘August: Osage County’ and ‘The Minutes’ talks about acting, writing, the mystique of Chicago, and the heartbreak of Oklahoma.
Tracy Letts stops by to discuss his newest play, ‘Linda Vista,’ and how he balances being a playwright and actor.
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s ‘Everybody’ and Tracy Letts’s ‘The Minutes’ were this year’s finalists.
The playwright and director came up together in Chicago theatre. Now they’re kicking off Shapiro’s Steppenwolf regime with Letts’s ‘Mary Page Marlowe.’
The Chicago company’s 40th season features a world premiere by Tracy Letts and a new adaptation of John Steinbeck’s ‘East of Eden.’
Fantasy and mythology cross-breed with early American history in Nathan Allen’s ambitious three-play series, now at last running in repertory.
Will Eno shares an elliptical e-mail conversation with fellow playwright about his play.
Even Edward Albee figures she’s the kind of director who’s watching his back.
A conversation about playmaking, ensemble acting, writing regimens—oh, and that Chekhov play they both adapted.