REVIEW: 'Behind the Eye' at Park Square


A new exploration of an unsung artist is flawed, and that's a good thing. The gender balance of local critics is also flawed, and that's not as good.

BLOG: Season Announcing Season

Process | Production

What's everyone announcing now that I will forget later? Let's review.

Congratulations, graduates, and welcome to the Thunderdome


As another crop of theater grads hits the outside world, Dawn Brodey offers some tips for survival.

REVIEW: Janaki Ranpura’s 'Ububu' and other conflicts of interest


Can a working artist ever feel comfortable as a critic in his or her own discipline?

Playlist profile: Angela Timberman

"I don’t think people understand that when someone says, 'I want to be an actress, they’re not necessarily saying, 'I want to be Meryl Streep.'"

Hey, Buddy! Wanna Buy a Theater?

Innovation | Vision

An old space sells for $1, and it's probably still too expensive for you.

Exploring change for the awkward arts zealot: Survival


The Machine wants us. Do we rage against it, run away from it or try to dismantle it from the inside?

REVIEW: 'Homegrown' at The Playwrights' Center


Is it enough for a play to be perfectly good if it doesn't connect where it counts?

BLOG: Butts in Seats

It's live performance. It's dependent on people showing up. How do we do that, exactly?

We're pretty smart and that's OK


Let's give local theater some credit for giving local audiences some credit.