Breaking news by Mo Perry January 8, 2013
by Ira Brooker January 6, 2013
While books, music and movies scramble to adapt to the age of torrents, theater enjoys its unique niche as a virtually pirate-proof art form.
Breaking news by Mo Perry January 3, 2013
by Gemma Irish January 1, 2013
Can embracing your own vulnerability unlock your creative strength? Playwright Gemma Irish explores the risks and rewards of opening up to your audience and to yourself.
by John Middleton December 27, 2012
John Novak and Bradley Greenwald talk about doing a show together during the holidays at the Jungle Theater.
by John Middleton December 26, 2012
by John Middleton December 19, 2012
Joseph Scrimshaw talks to Bill Corbett about the intersection of theater, comic books and Christmas
by Levi Weinhagen December 17, 2012
Breaking news by Levi Weinhagen December 10, 2012
by Stacey Dinner-Levin December 9, 2012
Stacey Dinner-Levin traces the journey from teenage angst to produced playwright.
by Levi Weinhagen December 3, 2012
by Christopher Kehoe December 2, 2012
by Matt Dawson November 28, 2012
"We walked back out into the darkness and started worrying about stupid pointless things and looking forward to stupid pointless things, and didn’t any of you just hear that? Were any of you even there? Why do your knees still work?"
by Levi Weinhagen November 27, 2012
by Derek Lee Miller November 26, 2012
Derek Lee Miller casts out some thoughts on catharsis.
by Jeannine Coulombe November 17, 2012
"I realized that most theater I studied, attended and perhaps even created did not speak to my experience or background at all."
by Matt Saxe November 15, 2012
Matt Saxe talks about Vice Presidents and his documentary, "Vice Precedence."
Breaking news by Levi Weinhagen November 12, 2012
Breaking news by Levi Weinhagen November 8, 2012
by John Middleton November 6, 2012
Are we living in a golden age of theater? Maybe.