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Director M. Bevin O'Gara Tells the Story of Modern Women Through Classic Greek Tragedy
Jean Racine's Phèdre adds a female perspective to the Actors' Shakespeare Project season.
Poppy's Chai Takes Many Forms With Bad Jews Across the Country
Regional casts of the popular new comedy pass on their own family lore — because what's more Jewish than tradition?
Playwright Elizabeth Egloff Takes Boston Audiences Into the Ether Dome
Modern health-care corruption finds its roots in a 19th-century dentist's chair.
Megan Hilty on Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Pregnancy, and Her Unshakable Habit
The Wicked and Smash star will be baring even more of her soul during an upcoming Broadway @ The Art House concert series.
Chita Rivera on The Visit That's Lasted 13 Years
Kander & Ebb's leading lady reflects on the changing tides of Broadway and hopes the third time's the charm for the songwriting team's overlooked musical.
Kathleen Marshall Is Living on Love With Her Williamstown Theatre Festival Debut
The three-time Tony Award winner discusses straying from musical theater as the director of Joe DiPietro's new play.
Lydia R. Diamond's Smart People Changes the Conversation About Race
Diamond delves into the state of our so-called "post-racial" America and explains how the election of President Obama forced her to "up her game" as she broaches these difficult topics.
Children's Theater First-Timers Bring The Homework Machine to Life at Boston Children's Theatre
Composers Keith Herrmann and Mark Cabaniss on making their children's-theater writing debuts, forming a new collaborative partnership, and inspiring the next generation of theater fanatics.