George C. Wolfe may have recently announced his resignation as producer of the Public Theater, but it's Joe Papp who's the object of sudden nostalgia. On one hand, it's only natural that the Public's founding spirit should loom large at a time when the institution is searching for its next leader. On the other, it's a sign of the trepidation many in the industry feel about the uncertain course of America's flagship theater when corporatizing trends are buffeting even Off-Broadway. Artists and administrators... More >>>