What Does Shakespeare Have to Say to New York Teens?
In a five-week summer intensive at Stella Adler School, underserved youth take a stab at 'Julius Caesar.'
The Layered Betrayals of James McLure's 'Iago'
A backstage love triangle with its own history gets an overdue revival at New Jersey Rep.
Red Bull Theater Announces 2016-17 Season
The theatre's season includes two full productions and a reading series.
Sara Garonzik to Leave Philadelphia Theatre Company
The longtime PTC executive producing director will step down this season.
The Glamour and Grit of Judith-Marie Bergan
This larger-than-life talent found her home at a theatre where she could play anything and everything, and did.
Leslye Headland Likes to Keep It Messy
The playwright discusses her newest play 'The Layover' and why her characters are usually flawed, unhappy people.
Janice Sinden Named President and CEO of DCPA
Sinden joins the Denver Center for the Performing Arts after serving as the mayor's chief of staff.
Theater Wit Announces 2016-17 Season
The lineup will feature an updated '10 Out of 12,' 'The Trump Card,' and more.