Joseph Huff-Hannon: Morning in Machine Gun AmericaJune 2016
Exploring American gun culture and the thin line between fact and fiction.
Evgeny Belyakov: All the World’s a StageJune 2016
Russian theater takes on the LGBT struggle.
Forget You’re Watching a PlayMay 2016
The director of Eclipsed on bringing the first all-female production to Broadway.
Elettra Pauletto: Film, Theater and Human TraffickingApril 2016
An examination of the role art can play in combating human trafficking
Roslyn Bernstein: Mid-Century Modern Master BuilderApril 2016
A production of the Ibsen play embraces an unorthodox space.
What If?November 2015
The playwright and novelist on state censorship in Egypt, women in revolutions, and writing as an act of hope.
Notes for the StageJune 2014
The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright on his relationship to Jewish artists, “the simple sense of being human,” and experiencing his work for the first time along with its audience.
Mirza Waheed: An Elegy Sung by ApparitionsJanuary 2014
On the Djinns of Kashmir.
Abby Rabinowitz: Sex, Lies, and Young Women’s TheaterJune 2012
A theater collection of teenage girls takes on child sex trafficking, and the challenges of portraying exploitation in art.
Writing ImagesApril 2012
From a new collection of playwright interviews, Pulitzer Prize winner Nilo Cruz on Lorca, American directors, and the cross he won’t bear.
Strangers in the Dark: Tana Wojczuk Interviews John GuareMarch 2012
American Playwright John Guare on Tennessee Williams, writing strong dialog, and discovering a New Orleans lost in history.
The Last OccupyMarch 2012
Occupy Northville has reached an impasse that only Death can solve.