Prison plays an ambivalent role in the imagination of many white Americans.
Annie Baker’s style could not be more different from that of Hamilton: her plays are long, light on plot, spoken not sung, full of lengthy pauses.
ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON, New York — The original Oklahoma! musical from 1943 is set in the 1900s, during a much “simpler” time.
On paper, Happy Days looks pretty unappealing.
If you’ve ever been to a high school or college football game, chances are you’ve seen a color guard.
Trash Cuisine is a play about the visceral horrors of political violence.
Playwright Charles Mee is a master at mining ancient myths for the truths that transcend memory-torturing details and reimagining those truths for contemporary theatergoers.
Clouds, shadows, and other mirrors of the soul have long led protagonists into temptation in order to deliver audiences from evil.