• Hamilton is America’s Monumental Epic. That’s a Good Thing.

    Pasquale Toscano interrogates the epic lineage of the notable release of Lin-Manuel Miranda's famed musical.

    What Dickens Would Have Thought About Improv Comedy

    Emily Anne Foster relates Middleditch & Schwartz's improv special to the wacky pantheon of Dickens characters.

    Edgar Oliver: The King of the Slow

    Rebecca Chace reviews Edgar Oliver's latest one-man show "New York Trilogy" at the Axis Theatre.

    White Screen/Black Hole: On Daniel Fish’s Theatrical Pas-de-Deux with Don DeLillo

    Elizabeth Wiet reviews Daniel Fish’s 2019 stage adaptation of Don DeLillo’s 1985 novel "White Noise" at NYU's Skirball Center for the Performing Arts.

    From Dystopia to Absurdity: On Being a Chicano Writer in the Age of Trump

    Daniel Olivas discusses the absurdism of the Trump age and his inspiration for retelling Beckett's "Waiting for Godot."

    Why Not a Founder’s Opera?

    Hollis Robbins explores the failure of Adams and Sellers' gold rush opera "Girls of the Gold West" and wonders when tech entrepreneurs will be the subjects of their own operas.

    Nora and Delia Ephron’s Love, Loss, and What I Wore, 10 Years Later

    Kristin Marguerite Doidge attends Nora and Delia Ephron’s off-Broadway hit play "Love, Loss, And What I Wore."

    Dillon Chitto’s Bingo Hall at The Autry Puts the Pueblo Community Front and Center

    Pamela Avila on Dillon Chitto's play "Bingo Hall," currently showing at The Autry.

    In Defense of the Small Audience

    Sara Finnerty gains inspiration and hope from the documentary "Spettacolo," about an experimental play put on in an ancient town in Italy.

    Talking with Two Young Authors from ANTHOLOGY: The Ojai Playwrights Conference Youth Workshop 2006-2016

    Two young authors discuss "ANTHOLOGY: The Ojai Playwrights Conference Youth Workshop 2006-2016," to which they contributed.