Drone Plays: There's Something in the Air
Two new one-woman plays dramatize the unique stress and ethical pitfalls of fighting in the Chair Force.
                      Cleveland Play House to Receive 2015 Regional Tony
The New York theatre honors recognize a resident theatre leader as it enters its 100th year.
                      Second Stage's New Broadway Berth: Room to Move
The Off-Broadway company joins the ranks of nonprofits with Broadway houses, with a mission to produce living American writers.
                      Hartford Stage Season to Include New Play, New Adaptation, New Musical
In addition to stagings of 'Rear Window' and 'Anastasia,' the theatre will produce a Christopher Shinn world premiere.
                      Sundance Lab Selections Feature Otherworldly Themes, Middle Eastern Voices
The new-work development institute's slate ranging from interplanetary voyages to refugee camps, and many points between.
                      Leonard Bernstein: Behind the Music
Two new books explore the content, and context, of the great composer/conductor's divided musical character.
                      Bringing It All Back Home to Armenia
My play about the 1915 genocide, seen and developed on U.S. stages, is now being presented in the language and home of my ancestors.
                      Theatre of the Americas, Both Ancient and New
We share more than colonial history with Central and South America; we also share theatrical traditions. But it can take a little re-exploration to map them.
                      Marin Theatre Company Announces Season of Six Contemporary Plays
Along with plays by Sarah Ruhl, August Wilson, Howard Brenton, Ayad Akhtar and Elizabeth Irwin, MTC will premiere Rachel Bonds's 'Swimmers.'
                      It's Sunrise in Cuba. Will the Light Reach the Stage?
With the long-awaited normalization of U.S./Cuba relations, theatre artists may be uniquely poised to make the most of the new climate of exchange.