The Breath Project is hosting a free virtual festival, which will feature 24 world premiere works created by multidisciplinary theatre artists of color.
The writer shares artistic insight into crafting this enormously entertaining stage comedy.
The writer shares important context for Actually, a new play about gender, race and consent on a college campus.
Caribbean-born writer Rosa Guy is best known for her young adult novels and the story that inspired Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty to create Once on This Island.
Blackmer reveals her artistic perspective on adapting Margaret Atwood's spine-tingling, best-selling novel Alias Grace.
In The Thanksgiving Play, a group of liberal artists attempt to devise a politically correct Thanksgiving play for elementary schools.
Audrey Cefaly shares her notes about writing original song lyrics for the world premiere of The Last Wide Open.
The legacy of Lin-Manuel Miranda's In the Heights, which features a vibrant community of Latin characters, reflects the changing landscape of American theatre.
It’s likely no surprise that theatre fans are often avid readers. A good story is a good story, after all. This year some of the best stories in the Playhouse season — from A PRAYER FOR OWEN MEANY and JANE EYRE to ERMA BOMBECK: AT WIT'S END — were all inspired by great books.