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Is Theater Too Ideologically Exclusive?

When was the last time you saw a play that thought you were wrong?

Bada Bing, Bada Boom: “Goodfellas” Turns 25

Who needs the sacred when the profane is this much fun?

New Directions, New Questions About Women Of Color In Theatre

What would you like to discuss about women of color in theatre?

Dearest, Loveliest Adaptation!

The BBC adaptation of Pride and Prejudice was a watershed event for Jane Austen in popular culture.

Founding Visions: Federal Theatre Project and Devaluing the Arts

Public arts funding is in danger because politicians simply don't understand art.

In “Hangmen,” Martin McDonagh Plays Fast and Noose

Mixing menace with comic mayhem,

BRICS Invades U.S., UN with Bucks, Clout

Does US hegemony undermine the global economy and peace?

Theater of the Mind

Sometimes what is truly scary is what is left unsaid.

Social Security: Just Fix it

Even Bernie Sanders' bill would not alter the regressive nature of benefits.

The Reimagining of Ronald Reagan

We all like a little revisionist history, right?

Dances with Thermostats

Bodies may never lie, but that doesn’t mean they’re easy to read.

A Feminist Playwright? Me? Yes. Yes, I Am.

In an industry without a HR department, a sisterhood is exactly what we need.

Founding Visions: Margo Jones and the Need for New Plays

In 1947, Margo Jones called for a theater of new plays. What about today?

Emmy Talk Is Cheap — Except When It Really Says Something

This year’s Emmy Awards featured a surprising number of moments that elicited genuine hopefulness.

Critical I: Adam Feldman, Time Out New York

"I recuse myself on the basis of my past sexual relationship with the subject."

I’d Like to Begin by Doing the Right Thing…

What a "Welcome to Country" speech could teach North American cultural leaders.

Have Faith in “The Christians”

Hell is (for) other people.

America’s Benevolent Prejudice of Misty Copeland

Praise her dancing, not her color.

Playwright Nambi E. Kelley and the Study of Choice

Everyone wants to work with Nambi Kelley, so three companies are joining forces on her latest play.

Founding Visions: Is Flux the New Barter Theater?

In 1933, the Barter Theatre allowed people to trade food for tickets. What about today?
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