In January, I moderated a panel about directing with Anne Bogart, Rachel Chakvin, Anne Kauffman, and Liesl Tommy in front of a live audience at the Robert Moss Theater in New York City.
The actor/writer’s works, many adapted from Jane Austen, are full of empowered ladies, sometimes played by her.
The Stoneman Douglas school shooting and the #NeverAgain movement made a stark, stirring backdrop for a high school production of the coming-of-age musical.
The 42nd Humana Festival of New American Plays hosted the Kilroys and Anne Bogart, awarded Lauren Gunderson a prize, and staged a majority female-authored slate.
A multimedia performance from Lynn Nottage and LAByrinth reimagines the past and future of the city that inspired ‘Sweat.’
From traditional adaptations to musicals to improv, the six novels of the Regency-era author seem to make theatrical sense and sensibility.
Salt Lake Acting Company teamed up with Flying Bobcat Theatrical Laboratory and the Red Fred Project to stage a young boy’s book.
Revisiting a magical moment of amity during World War I through stories and songs
How choreographer John Heginbotham helped revitalize the Rodgers and Hammerstein masterpiece
How a space built for congregants in Brooklyn became the stage for a bawdy musical