Director Zi Alikhan and the creative team are working to make the most immersive set PlayMakers has ever seen, giving audience members an new, up-close-and-personal theatrical experience.
Premiering a new play is not unlike helping to usher new life into the world, so it’s only fitting that “Dairyland” contains a birth of it’s own!
Performing arts critic Roy C. Dicks talks theatre with Ray Dooley in honor of his 100th production at PlayMakers.
Heidi Armbruster shares the inspiration behind her world premiere comedy, “Dairyland,” and her journey to becoming a playwright.
Dramaturg Adam Versényi writes on how “Native Son” demonstrates the direct effects of physical environment on human behavior and blackness in Chicago.
It’s 1930s Chicago with 64 scenes in over 15 different locations. Where do you go with the set design of “Native Son” when all Bigger Thomas wants to do is fly? An airplane hanger, of course.
Meet the many impressions made by Bigger Thomas on the arts community in the Triangle.
One multi-hyphenate artist takes up the mantle of another multi-hyphenate artist in Howard L. Craft’s one-woman tour de force about the High Priestess of Soul.
PlayMakers has helped premiere six new American plays in the last three seasons. From “Draw the Circle” to “Jump” and everything in between, what are the creators up to now?
The themes explored in “Native Son” inspired industrial hip-hop band Camp Blood to write “1144 (Sundown)” for their latest album.