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After 10 Years of Audiences, New Beginnings for Capital Fringe
Catching up with executive director Julianne Brienza, who wants D.C. to know that Fringe is more than just a monthlong festival.
Adam Gwon and Julia Jordan: So Many World Premieres — So Little Time
While Bernice Bobs Her Hair in Oklahoma, the writing partners are having a Cake Off in Virginia.
How the Women's Voices Theater Festival Is Paving the Way for Gender Parity
The women of the festival share their thoughts — and their diverse voices.
Dear Evan Hansen Is a First for Writers Benj Pasek, Justin Paul, and Steven Levenson
This very contemporary new musical is gearing up for its world premiere at Arena Stage.
The Kilroys Release New List of Industry-Recommended Plays by Women
The Kilroys is an independent group dedicated to taking action in the face of gender disparity in the American Theater.
Notes on O'Neill's Ghosts (Part II)
Long Day's Journey Into Night haunts America for so many reasons.
Of Humans and Hamilton: A Review of the 70th Annual Tony Awards
Hamilton won big, but we already knew that was going to happen, right?
Inside the 2016 Tony Award Winner's Circle
See the stars as they posed for photos with their brand-new trophies for the very first time.
Hamilton Has a Big Night, Winning 11 Tony Awards
Cynthia Erivo, The Humans, and more were also honored.
Notes on O'Neill's Ghosts
Long Day's Journey Into Night haunts America for so many reasons.