Harmful employment practices have resulted in resignations. Artistic Director Chil Kong and Interim Executive Director Jeanne Ellinport respond.
The playwright shares the backstory of 'Wanda's Way,' her one-woman play about a Black police officer.
Their original cabaret, 'tempered,' promises to be cathartic art.
In the Pulitzer Prize–winning play now at Studio, the brilliant local actor plays a gender-nonconforming gay Black male who has found a new family.
The whimsical comic tale told on an enchanting new stage.
A solo storytelling performance best described as 'Motorcycle Diaries' meets 'Eat, Pray, Love' set in Vietnam.
The new performance style offers a wonderful conglomeration of storytelling, imagination, originality, and adventure.
The playwright says healing and humor are central to his rom-com about reconciling identities.
When first cast as the Count in Maryland Lyric Opera’s sparkling production of 'The Marriage of Figaro,' he thought the guy was evil.
A fictional play based on facts is about his feelings and thoughts on that fateful day, September 11, 1973.
The writer-director explains why his play about young Black gay men is titled after the movie about Black women friends.
The playwright calls the rom-com a 'love letter' to the 'scrappy' West African film industry.
Underscoring the power of art to address controversy and national crisis, the production warrants serious and major attention.
Amid charges of toxic leadership, the board puts Artistic Director Richard Henrich on leave... but only from certain duties.
Now streaming, the series invites audiences to step inside the process of new play development.
The Broadway actor and singer—known for her roles as Ma Rainey and Ella Fitzgerald—on the most sophisticated play she's ever been in.