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New Georges A.D., Susan Bernfield, Dips in “The Pool”

Susan Bernfield talks about jumping into The Pool and her play "Tania in the Getaway Van."

Free, Free at Last: In Flux, US Playwright Finds Stability

"I’m looking forward to seeing all the protest theater in the next four years."

Historic Cherry Lane Theatre Blooming Under New Leaders

"This is professional theater. We take great pride in that."

“The Deuce”: Vivid Portrait of Pre-Disney 42nd Street Sleaze

"The Deuce" has the earmarks of a great show, but will it live up to its potential?

“The Phoenix Years”: Celebrating Chinese Artists’ Persistence

Madeleine O'Dea's new history examines China's post-Mao creative life.

A Marathon, Not a Sprint: John Pollono’s “Stronger” Journey

Four and a half years ago, Boston was under siege when unknown assailants detonated two homemade bombs near the finish line of the Boston...

Disney vs. Stravinsky: Titans Clash in Off-Broadway Premiere

Stravinsky didn’t realize that the whole story was going to be about dinosaurs...

“The Sense of the Past”: Henry James’s Rickety WABAC Machine

The unfinished, posthumously published 1917 novel transports its hero back to 1820.

This Is Aurin Squire: From Side Jobs to “This Is Us”

The life of a playwright has many upsides: the high that comes from immersing yourself in your characters, the joy of being part of...

Crystal Field: Making Street Theater for Five Decades

In street theater, "you have only yourself, your passion and what you believe in."

How Did “GoT” Get So Damned Popular? A Fan Explains.

The show abounds in families. Be it toxic or supportive, we all have them.

In Tina Howe Premiere, Theatre 167 Confronts Climate Change

Fans of innovative theatre will surely recognize this as an event.

Summer Read: Hot-Blooded Saga of a New York Immigrant

Anna Fishbeyn's brash and impressive debut novel queries, "What price assimilation?"

No Steamy Beach Books, Only Parenting and Parity

Lay out the towel, slather on the sunblock, catch up on last quarter's parity articles.

Gotta Minute? Nuts and Bolts of the One-Minute Play Festival

Can a play really tell a story in a minute?

Network TV Needs to Stop Doubting Its Best Comedians

Networks keep assuming audiences can't handle smart, fast humor. Ratings prove otherwise.

At JFK’s Centenary, Historian Steven Watts Views a Mixed Legacy

"JFK and the Masculine Mystique" looks at how extreme male energy branded the early 1960s.

► Alex Mohajer: Bros4America and the Truth Behind Trump

A podcast with HuffPo's Alex Mohajer on his advocacy group and Trump's legitimacy.

Now Hiring: Editors, Contributors for The Clyde Fitch Report

We're growing! And hiring new editors and contributors.

“Finding Babel”: Family Documentary Uncovers Soviet History

The mystery remains unresolved, but as the film ends, we are invited into the search.