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The artistic director of St. Louis's flagship dramatic theatre reflects on a three-decade career focused on excellence and his audience.
He's written more than 250 two-minute plays, but the artistic director of Chicago's Neo-Futurists doesn't consider himself a playwright. Brian James Polak finds out why.
The theatre's 20th season includes plays by Quiara Alegrìa Hudes, Qui Nguyen, and Kirsten Greenridge.
She will create a new work alongside a group of emerging playwrights at Nashville Repertory Theatre.
The season will feature world premieres by May Lee-Yang and Leah Nanako Winkler.
The veteran actor, who's picking up ASL for Craig Lucas's new play, recalls working with Horton Foote and laments compressed rehearsal time.
A complaint about cover art, props for our content, and a clarification about living legend Joy Carlin.
Recollections of the master comic playwright from his longtime publicist and 2 actors who originated roles in his work.
This theatre in the 'Last of the Old West' brings entertainment---and bear spray---to the Rocky Mountains.
The Bank will provide scripts to high schools whose libraries have been destroyed by natural disasters.
An account of the toll of #MeToo reporting, and a report on new-play cross-pollination.
The award for emerging theatre artists comes with $15,000 and play development counseling.
The season will include world premieres from Lauren Gunderson and Rehana Lew Mirza, as well as a series of readings.
The season will include a national tour of 'Steel Magnolias' and seven productions.
This week, an interview with Tony nominee Laura Osnes about why she's fascinated by Disney princesses, a review of 'Collective Rage' by Jen Silverman, and a debate about what makes a good mo…
The season will include a Jacobean thriller, a Shakespearean tragedy, and several readings.
NNPN goes beyond the rolling world premiere model to cross-pollinate new work across 3 cities.
It's time to answer some common questions about the union's role and responsibility in the age of #MeToo.
From a wedding on a Greek island to a silent retreat in the woods, from family musicals to fantastical thrillers, check out what is onstage this month.
The veteran Bay Area actor/director may fret about keeping her mind clear, but only so she can keep working at full steam.
This season will include two world premiere productions about the dangers of nationalism.
The production at Everyman Theatre delved into a painful Holocaust history—and into its narrator's reluctance to confront it.
Costume designers, who spend their lives clothing fictional characters, tell us what they’re wearing (and why).
Currently the head of new-works incubator New York Stage and Film, Pfaelzer will succeed longtime a.d. Tony Taccone.
An adaptation of the Washington Irving tale hit close to home for Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival’s Full Circle program.
Two new revivals—one ebulliently LGBTQ, another brooding and immersive—make this musical warhorse run in new directions.
Formed to address the needs of a nascent resident theatre movement, TCG has grown, and is still growing, to serve an ever-changing field.
The young British director, currently an associate at London's National Theatre, will succeed Michael Kahn at D.C.'s classical mainstay.
From a lighting designer/electrician in Texas to a costumer in Chicago, here are some folks you should have on your radar.
He was a master stage craftsman in both classics and new work, and a gracious collaborator to boot.
Some writers have been stumbling in addressing work about and by LGBTQ artists. Here’s a guide to help them do better.