In Honor Of Back To School, Let’s Talk About Romeo And Juliet’s Idiocy

Column by Christopher Shultz September 3, 2019
Sad? Check. Tragic? Check. Romantic? Noooope.

The 10 Worst Things About Shakespeare

Column by Peter Derk April 23, 2019
Between his time travel shenanigans and lack of appeal, it's hard to say why we all love this dude.

Feck You, You Fecking Feck: The Plays of Martin McDonagh

Column by Max Booth III March 27, 2018
Aye, he's also a playwright.
Bookshots: 'All Back Full' by Robert Lopez

Bookshots: 'All Back Full' by Robert Lopez

Review by Gabino Iglesias
A review of the "novel in three acts."

Harry Potter and the Cursed Memory

Column by Bart Bishop
Memory as physical object in the Harry Potter series and its role in forming identity, with special emphasis on 'The Cursed Child'.

Your Guide to the 2016 Tony Awards

Column by Emily Rose Lathrop June 8, 2016
A breakdown of the plays and musicals nominated at the 70th annual Tony Awards

The 21st Century Crucible: Why 'The Crucible' is Still Relevant

Column by Emily Rose Lathrop May 7, 2015
Arthur Miller's classic play is a staple in the American theatrical canon, but is it still relevant? Spoiler alert: it is.
Harper Lee Starts The Mockingbird Company

Harper Lee Starts The Mockingbird Company

News by Raine Winters
The nonprofit will ensure the legacy of To Kill a Mockingbird’s stage performances.

5 Dramatists as Novelists: The Joy of Reading Plays

Column by Christopher Shultz May 14, 2013
People go to the physical theatre all the time, but how often do you indulge the theatre in your mind? Here are some playwrights that blur the boundaries between drama and literature.