Max Posner's new play to be staged at Playwrights Horizons

Acclaimed Director David Cromer will helm ‘The Treasurer’ for a Sept. 22 opening in New York. Posner says his play is set ‘in the hell…

2017 Summit goes global while hitting close to home

This year’s Summit drew 44 playwrights and 36 theatre organizations from at least 16 states. Overall attendance ht a new high of 2,900.

MCA Denver, Off-Center bringing 'Mixed Taste' to Denver Center

The partnership pitting two unrelated topics begins on July 5 and will continue on Wednesday nights through Aug. 23.

After Albee: America’s 10 leading, living playwriting voices

A panel of 36 local and national theatre experts places Tony Kushner at the top of the list but signals a major shift in the landscape

Summit stands in thanks to departing founder Kent Thompson

“I think he’s done an incredible job, and he has offered a lot of people a home. He offered me a home.”

Summit Spotlight: Robert Schenkkan on the danger of denial

The Pulitzer-winner examines Hitler’s mentalist and hears uncomfortable echoes from history that reverberate today.

Kevin Kilner: 'The Christians' is for anyone who is on a path

The veteran actor takes on deep questions about the mystery of faith – and his past as a three-time NCAA lacrosse champion.

In the Spotlife: Denise Freestone, 'August: Osage County'

The co-founder of Fort Collins’ oldest theatre company is taking on one of the great acting challenges in the canon with pill-popping Vi.

Summit Spotlight: Lauren Yee lays it all on the free-throw line

Inspired by her father, the playwright explores sport as a metaphor for how countries rub up against each other in terms of strategy, styles and…

Summit Spotlight: Rogelio Martinez on when world leaders collide

‘Blind Date’ centers on the odd-couple meeting between Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev’s at the Geneva Summit in 1985.