Log Cabin owes a bit of debt to the plays that precede it, while also standing as a sterling, singular achievement from this superb, inexhaustibly adventurous, curious playwrights.
Taken individually, it's hard to fathom how Jordan Harrison's plays could come from the same writer; each play is a unique, idiosyncratic landscape.
The last decade has seen an astonishing enfranchisement and mainstream acceptance of homosexuals, but the transgender community continues to face acute marginalization and antipathy.
On the eve of returning to her middle school, Julie reckons with the unthinkable, still reeling with questions — but the grown-ups are no help at all.
“Are you there?” Worlds of class, family, and generations collide in the aftermath of the unthinkable in Lindsey Ferrentino’s urgent 'This Flat Earth.'
Experience a Garrison High meeting from all angles! For our first foray into 360 video, we recorded a live performance of The Mad Ones’ Miles for Mary.
Every plié and jeté is a step toward finding themselves. Rehearsals have begun for Clare Barron’s Susan Smith Blackburn Prize-winning play.
I wanted to write this play because I wanted to present a different picture of teenage girls onstage. One where trauma wasn’t the central narrative. One where “being the best” was.