In search of the secret to eternal love, two theatre-makers set out on a cross-country odyssey.
Why playwright Jeff Tabnick is suspicious of stories.
How Mary Lou Newmark created the world and soundscapes of “Breathing Room.”
How Josefina López’s new play is using compassion, humor, and understanding to confront sexual abuse.
A response to Hayley Huntley’s latest column, from an actor in Chinglish.
Things were not always as simple as some history books, or award-winning films, would let us believe.
A cast member of Assassins talks about identifying with the bad guys.
Where Science, Faith, and Scripts Intersect: Unearthing the Story of <em>And The Stones Will Cry Out</em>
A show oncerning faith, a belief in God, the duties of science, and the true value of skepticism.
How building a family onstage sprung from finding one offstage.
Ron House discusses the challenges and triumphs of creating a sequel to a hit show.