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April 25, 2016
Arthur Miller’s Chameleon Play
Over the past 63 years,
has taken on myriad new meanings. But the real lesson is that some things never really change.
April 20, 2016
How to Succeed on Broadway!
Why is Arthur Miller one of the most lauded American playwrights—and one of the most vilified?
March 25, 2016
Chile’s Future: On the World Stage
What can Chile’s Santiago a Mil festival tell us about the country?
March 11, 2016
‘Eclipsed’: Out From the Shadows
The new, wonderfully acted Broadway play sheds light on the untold stories of the women who lived through the second Liberian civil war.
January 29, 2016
Anna Deavere Smith: Report From Baltimore
Dramatizing the school-to-prison pipeline—and organizing theater audiences in the process.
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January 28, 2016
Start Making Sense: Frank Rich on How the GOP Is Learning to Live With Donald Trump
Plus Bill McKibben on climate change, and Anna Deavere Smith on Baltimore.
Start Making Sense
December 27, 2015
December 27, 1932: Radio City Music Hall Opens
“All at once there is a vast firmament overhead, and a great distance stretching out under it.”
December 7, 2015
Pacific Overtures on Broadway
At its best, the Japanese-internment musical
seethes with righteous anger beneath its perkiness and platitudes.
October 30, 2015
Her Writing Knows Things About Us That Most of Us Will Never Imagine
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the publication of Jessica Hagedorn’s groundbreaking novel
October 22, 2015
John Cameron Mitchell’s Journey From Reaganite to Punk Queen
prepares a national tour, its creator talks with our editors about the show’s genesis, ’90s New York, and socialist project management.