How will the expansion of the American family influence the domestic drama—that most durable and venerable of genres? Will our stages still be dominated by an endless supply of formulaic tales of dysfunction and healing? Or will playwrights imagine new possibilities from definitions of marriage and clan that grow more fluid every day? How will all those living-room plays from earlier eras look in revivals, once the public grows accustomed to this wider spectrum of choices for coupling,... More >>>