Arts in the Classroom
By Jim O'Quinn
All Aboard! An Ideal Audience
By Eliza Bent
By Helen Shaw
Director Lear deBessonet has fused art and activism into a big-hearted, deeply attentive and seriously playful aesthetic
By Richard Nelson
What’s a play for? Not to change the world, a writer argues, but to replicate the intricate workings of the human heart.
By Suzy Evans
The O’Neill Theater Center has been building a bridge—a gated bridge, perhaps—between artists and journalists for 46 years. And there’s still work to do.
By Gavin Reub
A Seattle Seagull flies to Uzbekistan, where post-Soviet shadows lurk but the dissident spirit stays strong
Tributes to Four Giants of the Theatre
An interview with Lucas Hnath, writer of The Christians