If you know of any authors living a double life, your secret is safe with me.
One reader explains why Shakespeare isn't fancy, and how a contextual understanding of his work proves that point.
If you're looking to shake up the usual book club format, consider reading these plays as a way to make meet-ups more engaging.
If you're a theater and history nerd, you'll love these books about Broadway, including general history, like The Secret Life of the American Musical: How Broadway Shows Are Built by Jack Viertel, and deep-dives on specific musicals, like In the Heights: Finding Home by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Quiara Alegría Hudes, and Jeremy McCarter.
A reader and theater lover takes a look at the history of stage to book adaptations and some recent examples you can add to your shelves.
A reader and theatre lover shares three of their favorite Paula Vogel plays in honor of the playwright's HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE coming to Broadway.
Neil Simon, celebrated writer of THE ODD COUPLE, BAREFOOT IN THE PARK, LOST IN YONKERS, and SWEET CHARITY, passed away Sunday morning.
Excellent middle grade reads for kids who love theater!
We'd love to see these comics adapted for the stage.