Playwright Suzan-Lori Parks’ Experiment in Empathy: White Noise
What’s Fact and What’s Fiction in Fosse/Verdon Episode 2
“Everything Always Becomes About Bob”: Fosse/Verdon’s Showrunner on the Trap of Ignoring Gwen Verdon
What’s Fact and What’s Fiction in Fosse/Verdon
Fosse/Verdon Can’t Break the Myth of Male Genius’ Grip
Susan Choi on Her New Novel, Trust Exercise
Tim Blake Nelson on Socrates, Daniel Day-Lewis, and the Coen Brothers
What the Constitution Means to Me Comes to Broadway
Lynn Nottage Can Be Funny, Too
Lisa Kron on Activism and Desiree Akhavan on Queer Women Finally Getting Their Say and Sex on Camera
Behind the Curtain at Autism-Friendly Broadway Shows
“Unfaithful to the Letter”: Capturing the Spirit of Translation
Paul Dano and Ethan Hawke Are Exploring Toxic Masculinity Onstage in True West
Rent Broke Major Ground in Queer Representation. With the Musical Coming to Live TV, Will Those Portraits Hold Up?
Can Rent Grab One More Shot at Glory?
The Met Opera’s New Gay Director Is Only Big News Because of the Music Press’ Long Complicity With the Closet
Seduction and Entrapment—at the Opera
Art From 1923 Is About to Enter the Public Domain. According to Critics From 1923, Here’s the Worst of It.
A Front-Row Seat to the Migrant Crisis