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From The Great Comet to Hadestown to currently running Light in Buckinghamshire, the Tony-nominated director has proven her mettle.
Best known for the Oscar-winning film and Broadway’s Jitney, the actor makes his directorial debut Off-Broadway.
The Tony-winning director of A Raisin in the Sun, Fences, and more reveals how Children of a Lesser God came to be the most important play he’s ever done.
The director of Broadway’s Escape to Margaritaville and Come From Away talks about two decisions that changed his life and career.
The director of the upcoming This Flat Earth Off-Broadway talks about her directing philosophy and the hard lesson she had to learn.
The director details his directing technique, his path to the profession, and why he needed to bring Kenneth Lonergan’s play to Broadway.
As part of Playbill’s new column with directors exploring the decisions that led to their successes and setbacks, the Spelling Bee choreographer shares his path to helming shows and no…
Theatre in Paris helps non-locals be locals for a night with productions of Grease, West Side Story, and its latest: Cyrano de Bergerac.
Director Robert Carsen talks about his new French-language production of The Tempest.
In an homage to the film's period setting, the production features a black-and-white cinematic design.
Jean-Luc Choplin opens the new Seine Musicale theatre complex with a new production of the classic in hopes of cultivating musical theatre fans in the City of Light.
How the theatre that launched Broadway’s Amélie and is set to premiere Broadway-bound Crazy For You put itself on the map.
The Westport Country Playhouse isn’t just for small town theatre.
Artistic director Barry Edelstein talks about making theatre for all.
Old Globe Artistic Director Barry Edelstein looks to the San Diego community for programming inspiration
The stars and creators of the the tuneful, but short-lived 1993 musical talk about the unexpected challenges of adapting the 1977 film for contemporary theatre audiences.
The stars and creators of the the tuneful but short-lived 1993 musical talk about the unexpected challenges of adapting the 1977 film for contemporary theatre audiences.
The Tony-winning regional theatre tells you what productions to put on your calendar.
The House in Scarsdale looks back at the disowned writer’s fractured family.
“It’s about a woman who did almost everything right and did one thing wrong,” Wasserstein said of her 1997 political drama.
Before Laurie Metcalf’s Part 2, there was McTeer. In this 1997 interview, McTeer reveals how she discovered her towering and Tony-winning performance as Nora Helmer.
Connecticut’s Long Wharf Theatre balances its regional status with Off-Broadway quality productions and New York transfers.
In Washington, D.C., the company puts a priority on new work, diverse voices, and American history with its Power Plays initiative.
Accroding to Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph.
Playwright Lisa Loomer tells the unknown story behind Roe v. Wade.
The Tony winner brings Beckett’s Endgame to New Haven.
Director Christopher Ashley talks about how this version will be different from the Mary Rodgers novel and subsequent films.
The Tony nominee and MacArthur Fellow calls out the school-to-prison pipeline and inspires activism in her interactive, one-woman show.
The Tony-winning librettist talks about what audiences can expect from his take on the Russian fairy tale when it debuts on May 12.
A team that comprises 18 Tony Awards has come together to bring the new dance piece In Your Arms to the Old Globe Theatre. We catch up with Tony-winning choreographer Christopher Gattell…
When Pulitzer Prize–winning dramatist Paula Vogel was 22, she read a play called The God of Vengeance, by major Yiddish author Sholem Asch. It had been written in the first decade …