The Dramatists Guild and Lilly Awards’ second study shows a small uptick in work by women and writers of color in the past 7 years.
Erin Buckley, Franky D. Gonzalez, Stacey Rose, Charly Evon Simpson, and Juliany Taveras will present new plays.
The Friends interview the star of NBC’s ‘The Good Place’ on his new play ‘Travisville,’ and whether theatre critics go in the Good Place or the Bad Place.
How does the thespian’s life in Paris, London, Edinburgh compare to that of U.S. actors? For better and worse, we’re in the same boat.
The theatremaker will receive a distinguished achievement award at the William Inge Center’s annual fest next May.
The award-bedecked actor, revisiting a role in ‘Apologia,’ says she seeks out work that can stimulate conversation.
The theatre’s 40th season will include Shakespeare and several comedies, and will pair Ibsen’s ‘A Doll House’ with Lucas Hnath’s sequel.
She will work with artistic director David Muse to lead the D.C. theatre.
Ashley Lee, who was on staff at The Hollywood Reporter for five years and now freelances from Los Angeles, said she usually finds herself “interviewing famous actors and other celebrities about their latest moneymaking projects.” So it was something of a departure for her to write about Ubuntu Theater Project in Oakland, Calif., where last season the company gambled on a “pay as you can” subscription model, with surprising success. “I loved writing about Ubuntu’s admirable efforts to make their programming more accessible,” Lee said.…
The great playwright and educator talks about her ambitions for her own work and for the art form she loves.