Diane Paulus, the artistic director of the American Repertory Theater and director of the Broadway revival of “Pippin,” shares what she looks for in actors.
At the Antaeus Company George Bernard Shaw’s controversial classic “Mrs. Warren’s Profession” gets a new lease on life by focusing on how little has changed in the last 120 years.
In Cornerstone Theater Company’s “Lunch Lady Courage,” a cast of high school students, community members, and professional actors addresses social issues in this Brecht adaptation.
Expertly staged and compellingly acted, “The Sister,” Eric John Meyer’s bleak yet funny fantasia of a play from Dutch Kills, investigates the cruelties of familial relationships.
Penny Jackson’s provocative “I Know What Boys Want,” from Ego Actus, spurs a dialogue about the dangers of the Internet; led by a fiery Sara Hogrefe, the young cast impresses.
Presented by Pan Asian Rep and intelligently directed by Ernest Abuba, this exquisitely acted play about Alberto Giacometti is entrancing despite Alvin Eng’s heavy-handed script.
National Asian American Theatre Company’s surrealistic adaptation of August Strindberg’s depressing 1907 “A Dream Play” leavens its negativity with visual treats and snappy humor.
We chatted with Wolfe for this week's cover story, and she shares some of her best inspiration and advice for actors.
Difficult economic conditions and budget cuts are a constant reality in nonprofit theaters across the country, with the past several years seeing a concentration of theaters closing doors, laying off staff, or reorganizing.
From screen stars Tom Hanks and Alec Baldwin to stage stars Jeremy Shamos and Bobby Cannavale, there’s something for everyone as shows rush to open in April before the Tony Award eligibility cutoff date.