Richard Patterson talks to New York Post columnist Michael Riedel about his first book, Razzle Dazzle.
Judy Hegarty Lovett talks bringing Beckett’s prose to the stage and taking on Godot for the first time.
The genre-defying band on their glam-rock requiem, Collapse.
“We don’t develop plays. (We do them.)” On 13P and their new model of making and staging work in the US.
Nicole Serratore on performance collective Gob Squad and their latest interactive show, Western Society.
Inis Nua, the theatre company from Philadelphia who are making a Home for Irish and British work in America.
Duncan Macmillan talks to Nicole Serratore about the New York transfer of the brilliant Every Brilliant Thing.
Sister Sylvester’s reworking of Genet’s The Maids puts New York’s cleaners on stage.
Becky Baumwoll, artistic director of New York’s Broken Box Mime Theater, on making mime for the 21st century.
Karaoke bars and open-air bedrooms: experiencing site specific theatre in New York.
A look at Theatre of the Oppressed NYC and the uses of Legislative Theatre.
Our run-down of this year’s Tony-nominated plays.
A look at experimental performance company Big Art Group and their show, The People.
Adam Szymkowicz discusses his popular off-Broadway blog.
Richard Maxwell on his new play, Isolde, and “the hazards of upsetting the norm.”