"Hope Springs Eternal" in Lives of the Saints, Says Playwright David Ives
The author of All in the Timing premieres a more personal evening of one-act plays.
Christopher Jackson: Handpicked as One of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton Founding Fathers
How a lasting friendship led Mr. Jackson straight to Washington.
Halley Feiffer and Betty Gilpin on Being "Anything but Safe" in I'm Gonna Pray for You So Hard
"Halley's writing…it's like Orphan Annie holding a gun."
With Nathan Lane and Brian Dennehy, Director Robert Falls Rediscovers The Iceman Cometh
After an acclaimed run at Chicago's Goodman Theatre, Falls' production of Eugene O'Neill's colossal drama comes to the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Brendan Averett Is Having a Bloody Good Time in Titus Andronicus
New York Shakespeare Exchange presents the gruesome revenge tragedy.
Gershwin Go-To Rob Fisher Constructs Scores for Lady, Be Good! and An American in Paris
The eminent musical director discusses the search-and-rescue process of re-creating two very old musicals.
Timothy Douglas Rediscovers August Wilson's King Hedley II for the Age of Obama
Douglas directs his eighth Pittsburgh Cycle play at Washington, D.C.'s Arena Stage.
Steven Hoggett Brings Vampires and Superheroes to Life in Let the Right One In and Brooklynite
The esteemed choreographer shares his inspirations for making diverse characters dance onstage.
Playwright Gina Gionfriddo on the "Rapturous" Journey of Rapture, Blister, Burn
The female-centric play, now running at Chicago's Goodman Theatre, has spent the past few years cultivating a global audience.