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The Legacy Project of a Theatrical Producer

Shouldn't every child be able to see classic plays and musicals?

Tennessee Williams: Alive and Still Fabulous

"...put down the cigarette and let’s dance."

Through the Eyes of Director Cyndy A. Marion

Would you ask a man this question?

Highlights of a Chat with Williams Biographer John Lahr

Much ado about how "Tennessee Williams: Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh" evolved.

Theater in the Around Rules(?)

Immersive, site-specific, interactive--call it what you will--it's here but maybe not to stay.

Rude Mechs’ Odd “Method Gun” Amazing Work of Art

Everything about this performance is alien.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: George Bartenieff

"Every actor begins with his instinct, not knowing much else, and that's good."

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Ken Schatz

"They get treated as dumb a lot, but actors and audiences are smart."

Review: A Streetcar Named Desire

Dear Stephen C. Byrd, We have to be careful what we say about your new, commercial, for-profit revival of A Streetcar Named Desire (now in...