May/June 2008


See Under: Homeland

By Randy Gener

On U.S. stages,
Israeli and
American artists espouse humanism
in a world of violence.

Welcome Back to Grover's Corners

By Lori Ann Laster

Our Town never left the stage, but this season's productions are finding sharp new angles.


Armageddon in Boston

By Robert Brustein

An artistic director recalls how an iconoclastic theatre took root in recalcitrant soil.

12 Positions on Cultural Sanctions

Compiled by Randy Gener

Theatre practitioners offer their views on a call to boycott Israel.

IN PRINT for May/June 2008

World's Eye View
An illustrated, international guide to summer theatre festivals
Compiled by Eliza Bent, S. Holland Bivins and Nicole Estvanik

Fresh Tales at 5,000 Feet
TV ethics and dire family entanglements dominate the Colorado New Play Summit
by David Ng

Lend Me Your Ears
Suddenly, audio drama is easier, cheaper, more popular—and podcastable
by Sarah Lemanczyk

PLUS - Articles by and about American Repertory Theatre, Pina Bausch, Robert Brustein and Classic Stage Company.