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Coming Up Snortland: An Interview On Mothers, Theater, and Women’s Self-Defense

After her mother died, she ran across a New York Times article about undiagnosed adults with Asperger's Syndrome and everything fell into place.

New Review: Inventing Avi (And Other Theatrical Maneuvers)

A zany comedy about the theater that actually lands far more humorous punches than you would think.

Sail of the Century: Donal O’Kelly On Frederick Douglass and ‘The...

Pivoting off a famous Frederick Douglass quote, actor-writer Donal O'Kelly says, "I see how our job as artists is to help craft the demand which power must concede."

New Review: A Disaster Begins

Cox's Muriel is unmarried, frightened by men, and rendered inarticulate, stuttering even when receiving their attention.

TCG/MetLife Program Gives $50K to Clubbed Thumb for ‘Innovation and Creativity’

Four theaters receive additional "Think It" grants of $25K.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Chance D. Muehleck

Are the ideals of the Bauhaus alive and well today? Or have they been concealed, co-opted, and Ikea-d to death?

New Review: The Night Watcher

At its core, "The Night Watcher" is Woodard's internal debate: Was it right for her and her husband to remain childless?

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Shirley Lauro

"I feel close enough to the Nazi women," says playwright Shirley Lauro, "to grasp them emotionally and to grasp instinctively why they became who they became."

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Crystal Skillman

Skillman loves when she's off to a reading of a play she's written and people ask, as if to confirm, "So, you read all the parts yourself, right?"

National Asian American Theater Festival to Run Oct. 13-18

More than 100 Asian-American theater artists will converge for a panoply of performances.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Jaygee Macapugay

If she could pick her dream shoes, says Jaycee Macapugay, playing the title role in the musical Imelda, it would be Christian Louboutin, Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Elizabeth A. Davis

The vulnerability in Dickinson's poetry is "like watching an actor drop lines on stage and then seeing the terrifying honesty that inevitably follows."

CF Interview: Playwright Tracy Letts and the “Superior Donuts” Cast

Arthur Przybyszewski, says Michael McKean, "said goodbye to the world at a certain point until his life and circumstances brought him back to it."

New Review: The River Crosses Rivers: Series A

While created by women playwrights of color, what's alluring about these plays isn't an obsession with ethnicity.

New Review: The Provenance of Beauty

A trip through the South Bronx, a part of New York City audiences rarely see. Is gentrification good or not? The author's ambivalence demands that outsiders decide.

Special ‘5 Questions’: Director Jordana Williams Interviews Playwright Mac Rogers

When you hit your 30s, you start to think, Huh, there is actually going to be some kind of future ahead of me and perhaps I can, in some small way, define it.

New Review: The Retributionists

Daniel Goldfarb's play turns the tale of anti-German vengefulness in the wake of the Holocaust into a barely believable series of melodramatic occurrences.

For Playwrights: NY Foundation for the Arts Accepting Apps for ’10...

NYFA has awarded over $22 million to more than 3,600 New York artists.

What Jordan Roth’s Ascension Could Mean for Independent Theater in New...

Watch Jordan Roth's actions as well as his words.

Boomerang’s “100 Hamiltons”: What Indie-Theater Fundraising Tactics Work Best?

Are there best practices for indie theater fundraising campaigns?
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