prison

St. Ann's Warehouse Extends All-Female Henry IV
The Donmar Warehouse production is directed by Phyllida Lloyd.
Sherie Rene Scott on the Transformative Prison Experience That Became Whorl Inside a Loop
Scott and cowriter Dick Scanlan begin to change the world, one story at a time.
A Human Being Died That Night
A new play from South Africa takes on the complicated question of guilt and forgiveness.
King Hedley II to Play at Arena Stage
August Wilson's classic drama starts performances tonight.
7 Shows You Should See at the 2014 New York International Fringe Festival
Polyamory, the Marx Brothers, and lady prisoners: Here are the titles that caught our eye in the run-up to FringeNYC.
Ethel Sings, The Unsung Song of Ethel Rosenberg
Sixty-one years after the execution of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, playwright Joan Beber attempts to shed light on their story.
Transport
Nineteenth century Irish women are at the center of this musical about a prison ship taking female convicts to Australia.
Riding the Midnight Express With Billy Hayes
In 1970 Billy Hayes was sentenced to life in a Turkish prison for smuggling hashish. He tells his story (including how he got here to tell it) in this new solo show, based on his memoir Midnight Express.