Shedding the Light — The House in Scardale: A Memoir for the Stage

By Dinah Lenney “I’ve been trying to write about my family. Our family. Like it’s a mystery, which it is …

The Zoo, Revisited

By Ian MacAllister-McDonald The second act of Edward Albee’s At Home at the Zoo was originally a self-contained one-act called …

My Body is Waiting

By Alexander Borinsky Rachel Kauder Nalebuff wrote a play for three pregnant women. This is a narrative proposition and an …

Politics and the Stage: The Unflinching Spirit of Democracy Is Alive from Athens to Broadway

By Henry Godinez Since the inception of Democracy in ancient Greece, theater has existed to keep it honest.

Breakup Sex in a Hamlet-Mobile

We climbed onto pillows, pushed up against the back of the driver’s and passenger’s seats, as the doors to the …

Reading Plays

By Ian MacAllister-McDonald The first time script I ever read was Bram Stoker’s Dracula, as adapted by Hamilton Deane and …

Out Of Body: Freedom, Chaos, and Puppetry in A Midsummer Night’s Dream

By Emily Hunt My first experience with A Midsummer Night’s Dream was watching Michael Hoffman’s 1999 film production. I’m sure …