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 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.
How six directors discovered and honed their craft—and found careers along the way.
The actor/writer’s works, many adapted from Jane Austen, are full of empowered ladies, sometimes played by her.
A multimedia performance from Lynn Nottage and LAByrinth reimagines the past and future of the city that inspired ‘Sweat.’
Shelagh Delaney’s 1958 drama about abandonment was looking a bit left behind itself, until two new revivals came along.
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.
Obviously theatres should give priority to disabled actors in roles defined as disabled. The next step: to consider them for all roles.
How a space built for congregants in Brooklyn became the stage for a bawdy musical