Rehearsals are underway for Larissa FastHorse's 'The Thanksgiving Play' — a wickedly funny satire where “woke” teaching artists scramble to create a play that celebrates both Turkey Day and Native American Heritage Month.
A stunning new play of biblical proportions: it’s inspired by the Book of Job, performed simultaneously in ASL and English by two casts, and is a theatrical event not to be missed.
Craig Lucas discusses the vital collaboration of both casts in this inside look at his sublime new play.
Tuesday August 21 at 3 PM EST, we went LIVE on Facebook behind the scenes of ‘I Was Most Alive with You.’
"Who isn't being heard?" That last question is at the heart of my life, career, and this play.
The Thanksgiving Play is a Native American’s view of Thanksgiving with no Native Americans in it.
With pitch-perfect comic precision, FastHorse exposes the all-too-common result of attempts by white artists to address a culture about which they know very little.
There is a large community of Native artists making work here in New York City, but The Thanksgiving Play marks the first time Playwrights Horizons has produced a play by an Indigenous author.
Pulitzer Prize finalist Craig Lucas returns to Playwrights! Rehearsals have begun for 'I Was Most Alive with You,' performed simultaneously in English and ASL by two casts. Meet the artists and go inside the rehearsal room for a sneak peek of Craig’s stunning new play.
Who’s stories are missing from the world’s stages and screens? In a discussion about LGBTQ community and identity, we spoke with a group of experts to explore the themes and ideas raised in Log Cabin.