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Robert Barry Fleming Blazing a Path. Interview Oct 1, 2019 1035
OFF-OFF-BROADWAY: FREEDOM ISN'T FREE: THE WORK AT NEW YORK'S SMALL THEATRES MAY BE BLESSEDLY STRANGE, BUT THE CHALLENGES THEY FACE ARE ALL TOO FAMILIAR. Oct 1, 2019 3269
OFFSTAGE. Sep 1, 2019 756
Daryl Roth Producing Witr a Purpose: AFTER 30 YEARS IN THE BUSINESS, WHAT ONE OF THE MOST POWERFUL WOMEN IN THE THEATRE HAS LEARNED ALONG THE WAY. Interview Apr 1, 2019 2528
The Big Turnover: What should we expect from the U.S. theatre's field-wide changing of the guard? Apr 1, 2019 3415
The Inexhaustible Leigh Silverman: The trailblazing director takes tension and turns it into art. Interview Feb 1, 2019 2239
Joyful Culture. Interview Jan 1, 2019 1192
Christina Ham. Dec 1, 2018 592
HANSOL JUNG Lost and Found: How the Korean playwright is making a splash on American stages with stories of displacement and hope. Dec 1, 2018 2102
OFFSTAGE. Dec 1, 2018 836
FIND THE RIGHT LEADER. Nov 1, 2018 890
OFFSTAGE. Interview Nov 1, 2018 805
THE MOST-PRODUCED PLAYS AND PLAYWRIGHTS 2018-19. Oct 1, 2018 584
#THEATRE TOO: HOW 3 LARGE U.S. THEATRES HAVE DEALT WITH ALLEGATIONS OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT, ABUSE, AND/OR SEXIST CULTURES. Sep 1, 2018 4253
SENIOR EDITOR'S NOTE. Editorial May 1, 2018 638
David Henry Hwang Backward and Forward: This season, America's leading Asian-American playwright revisited his most famous play and wrote a new musical. Interview May 1, 2018 2351
Liesl Tommy Won't Take No For an Answer: How the Tony-nominated director makes space for women of color in the theatre, not just herself. Interview May 1, 2018 2150
OFFSTAGE. Interview Feb 1, 2018 901
'Black Rider' Rides Again. Dec 1, 2017 332
Amazon Streaming. Brief article Nov 1, 2017 282
WIDE AWAKE IN AMERICA: WHY SUZAN-LORI PARKS DECIDED TO WRITE A PLAY EVERY DAY DURING TRUMP'S FIRST 100 DAYS. Interview Nov 1, 2017 2204
Now for Our Next Attraction: HOW 5 ARTISTIC DIRECTORS PLANNED THEIR FIRST SEASON AFTER INHERITING LONG-RUNNING THEATRES. Interview Oct 1, 2017 3572
THE MOST-PRODUCED PLAYS AND PLAYWRIGHTS OF 2017-18. Oct 1, 2017 638
OFFSTAGE. Interview Oct 1, 2017 801
How theatre work adds up: 5 theatre freelancers (and 1 administrator) open their checkbooks to explain the financial choices they make to survive. Feb 1, 2017 3458
An American tragedy: Quiara Alegria Hudes changed her mother/daughter drama into the musical 'Miss You Like Hell,' then the world changed even more. Jan 1, 2017 1643
Offstage. Interview Dec 1, 2016 871
The most-produced plays and playwrights of 2016-17. Oct 1, 2016 419
Catalyzed in part by the creation of the kilroys list in 2014, which helped put the catchphrase "gender parity" front and center in the U.S. theatre field, last year we did our own count of who's writing the plays on our stages, breaking down authors by gender in the 2015-16 season. Brief article Oct 1, 2016 169
The many lives of Jen Silverman: the playwright's work is funny, form-breaking, feminist--and everywhere on U.S. stages. Interview Sep 1, 2016 2243
Tech + Text: from face tracking to augmented reality, stage artists put new apps in service of an ageless goal: storytelling. Jul 1, 2016 2839
Animals+ Children? Challenge accepted; Ann Carlson's Animal Dance partners toddlers with livestock. Apr 1, 2016 1874
News in brief. Feb 1, 2016 505
Danai Gurira is killing it: actor. Playwright. Activist. Zombie Slayer. Is there anything she can't do? Interview Feb 1, 2016 3184
News in brief. Jan 1, 2016 415
Basil Twist's Sisters act: how the acclaimed puppeteer and a team of performers and craftspeople conjured a historical musical extravaganza in three months. Jan 1, 2016 3013
In the Uncanny Valley: to explore the effects of technology, creates stage worlds that are frighteningly familiar. Interview Dec 1, 2015 2341
News in brief. Nov 1, 2015 364
Oklahoma! Fisher Center. Nov 1, 2015 657
Broadway's yellow fever: from South Pacific to Allegiance, the American musical has traveled from well-intentioned Orientalism to something like authenticity. Nov 1, 2015 3424
This season in names (and gender). Oct 1, 2015 476
The gender breakdown. Oct 1, 2015 595
In the realm of the senses: the epic, engaging, environmental aesthetic of director/creator Rachel Chavkin has given her career a comet-like trajectory. Interview Oct 1, 2015 2300
The rattled hymn of a tiger cub. Sep 1, 2015 409
A Streetcar Named Desire: Serenbe Playhouse. Sep 1, 2015 653
Mission to merge: Walden Theatre and Blue Apple have shared programs and personnel for years. Now they're taking their relationship to the next level. Sep 1, 2015 1090
A smaller, more local Intiman resurfaces in Seattle. Jul 1, 2015 1070
It's Hamil-time! Jul 1, 2015 564
Superman embraces the mess. Brief article Jul 1, 2015 148
Annapurna: Jobsite Theater. Jul 1, 2015 655
You can go home again: at this year's Humana and Pacific Playwrights festivals, the programming goes local. Jul 1, 2015 2226
An immigration story. Brief article May 1, 2015 157
Washeteria: Soho Rep. May 1, 2015 488
Channeling the greats. Interview Apr 1, 2015 369
Airline highway. Apr 1, 2015 752
Preparing for a more diverse 2042. Mar 1, 2015 642
Fantasia. Theater review Mar 1, 2015 310
If These Walls Could Talk: when boundary busting companies like the Civilians, Pig Iron and Native Voices take their live shows into the hallowed halls of museums, certain rules must be followed. Mar 1, 2015 2940
Curtains in the desert. Feb 1, 2015 685
Signature signs new deal. Feb 1, 2015 459
Virtual everything. Feb 1, 2015 477
Looking for intimacy (in All the Wrong Places). Brief article Feb 1, 2015 253
There's a superpower in my soup: playwrights Frances Ya-Chu Cowchic and Christopher Chen assess the role China plays in their works. Interview Feb 1, 2015 2428
Members with benefits. Jan 1, 2015 500
101 Dalmatians: Children's Theatre of Charlotte and Imagination Stage. Jan 1, 2015 631
Want my time? Please pay for it. Jan 1, 2015 2865
Georgia Shakes: not to be. Dec 1, 2014 772
13P's children. Dec 1, 2014 688
A holy holiday Trinity. Brief article Dec 1, 2014 154
The Phantom of the Opera: Vox Lumiere. Theater review Dec 1, 2014 504
En Garde Arts 2.0. Nov 1, 2014 713
Conquering a Marlowe classic. Brief article Nov 1, 2014 151
In the woods: Fiasco Theater & McCarter Theatre Center. Nov 1, 2014 546
Shakespeare with a side of Daisey. Brief article Oct 1, 2014 158
When the bullied become bullies. Brief article Oct 1, 2014 272
Building a better table: the Latino/a Theatre Commons and similar national movements for artists of color are redefining the American theatrical narrative. Essay Oct 1, 2014 2530
Two roads converging. Brief article Sep 1, 2014 292
A season of shiny trophies in NYC. Awards list Jul 1, 2014 694
Catch those plaudits where you can. Jul 1, 2014 574
Chekhov with an F. Brief article Jul 1, 2014 294
Stop hitting yourself: Rude Mechs/LCT3. Interview Jul 1, 2014 559
Debt sentence. Jul 1, 2014 3284
The phantom booth: in a bid for survival, New York's venerable Players Club presents a play about its founder and his infamous brother. Theater review Jul 1, 2014 1768
The Little Prince: Lookingglass Theatre. May 1, 2014 581
Yellow face theatre J. Interview Apr 1, 2014 771
Going genes-deep. Mar 1, 2014 361
Lucas Hnath frustration is the point: the king of tension his plays provide may be just what contemporary audiences are looking for. Interview Mar 1, 2014 2067
Hamlet, with Porn. Brief article Jan 1, 2014 147
Smoke and mirrors and high heels, oh my! Interview Jan 1, 2014 367
Man and/vs machine. Interview Dec 1, 2013 294
The wbeel goes round and round. Nov 1, 2013 439
The long view: after 20 years as artistic director of East West Players, TIM DANG eyes the challenges unmet. Interview Oct 1, 2013 2194
School days, school days: at the TCG conference in Dallas, theatre artists go back to their roots. Conference news Sep 1, 2013 4669
The walls come tumbling down: in immersive theatre, audiences are breaking the rules--moving around, talking with the actors and molding the action. Jul 1, 2013 3838
Song (and story) of the South: at ASF's Southern Writers' Project, new plays grow with a distinctly regional flair. Jul 1, 2013 1621
Risking the 'R' word. Brief article May 1, 2013 284
A fog of smoke. Brief article Mar 1, 2013 266
Full of passion. Brief article Feb 1, 2013 302
It's all [??] to me! In the name of realism, American playwrights are making adventurous use of languages other than English. Feb 1, 2013 2561
Anne Boleyn lives again. Brief article Jan 1, 2013 154

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