The Fall 2014 Issue
Catch a week of the best plays
Trimmed and renamed, a great opera has shrunk to become a good show
Daniel Kitsons hit makes its U.S. premiere
This year's NYFF manages both. Plus: Our best of the fest
Suzan-Lori Parks heats up the Public Theater
En garde, avant-garde!
From undervalued plays and underfunded companies, 10 years of freewheeling joy
Theatermakers battle for glory
Adam Bock, Young Jean Lee and more make up a new breed of self-aware playwrights questioning what we know about language
The theater district gets its own Twelfth Night, complete with kings bearing gifts
Danny Hoch's hip-hop comedy sails to Cuba
The theater only reflects our alarmingly accelerating thirst for blood
Neither rain nor sleet nor writer's block kept Suzan-Lori Parks from her play a day
Wedding bells are ringing for Rudnick and his glittery cast
Judges from the last five decades pay homage to the productions and artists they'll never forget
Politics gets the better of art at this year's Humana fest
Lauded and embattled, George C. Wolfe calls it quits after 11 years
Van Hove Tackles 'Three Sisters' at the Holland Festival
What Kind of Political Theater Are We Really After?
The Expanding Role of Theater Sound Design
Suzan-Lori Parks Creates a Sexist Dystopia for Our Time
Parks Faces Tragedy; Ives Masks Comedy
The State of Black Theater in New York
New York Theater Folks Gaze Back at the Off-Broadway Year
The 47th Annual Obie Awards
How Should Theater Respond to September 11?
Stage Acting Versus NYCs Hollywood High
Don Cheadle and Jeffrey Wright, the Battling Brothers of Topdog/Underdog
Albee! Miller! David Esbjornson Helms Them All.
Thirty-Three New York Theater Types Offer Up Their Favorite Productions From the 19992000 Season
Playwright Suzan-Lori Parks Goes Hawthorne with 'In the Blood'
Playwright Maria Irene Fornes, Off-Off-Broadway Vet, Owns This Year's Signature Theatre Stage
New Dramatists Turns 50
The State of Women in Theater, 1999