'The Gabriels': Family Matters in an Election Year
Richard Nelson's newest cycle of plays views the presidential election through a painfully personal lens.
Aleshea Harris Receives 2016 Relentless Award
The second annual award recognizes the playwright for her play 'Is God Is.'
Onstage This Week: Halloween Edition 2016
From headless horsemen to blood thirsty vampires, from witch prosecutions to murder trials, this week's theatre offerings are spooky.
New Program to Offer Free Seats to Playwrights
Samuel French's Playwrights Welcome initiative will give away unsold seats at select theatres to Dramatists Guild members.
Teaching Moments in Albany Park's 'Learning Curve'
This site-specific Chicago project takes audiences back to school, where the lessons aren't all on the syllabus.
Donna Kaz: Behind the Mask, a Survivor and a Storyteller
In a new memoir, the Guerrilla Girl recounts a life as an art provocateur and a reluctant feminist haunted by abuse.
Offscript: Electoral Angst With Lynn Nottage
On this week's podcast, Lynn Nottage discusses the presidential election and her new play 'Sweat.' Plus the editors discuss 'Hamilton's America' and 'A 24-Decade History of Popular Music.'
Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival Announces 2017 Summer Season
The company sets Shakespearean fare, timeless mysteries, and classic musicals for the summer.