The recent increase in violence and hate against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders is beyond comprehension. But we can visualize a path forward that we artists have a vital role in.
At the heart of PlayMakers Repertory Company’s mission is the belief that theater has the power to transform individuals and entire communities. There is no more aspirational or urgent a use of that power than working to dismantle the systems of oppression, white supremacy, and racism that pervade American life and consume the American Theatre. PlayMakers continues to assess and evaluate our own practices… Read more »
Mike Wiley is at his best when interacting with a lively audience. What does that mean for “Blood Done Sign My Name”? It means that Mike had to get real creative!
From Kane’s carefully-crafted playlist to a custom cocktail from TOPO Organic Distillary, here’s everything you need to get the most out of “Temples of Lung and Air.”
PlayMakers Repertory Company stands in unequivocal solidarity with members of our Black Community. We see you. We hear you. We grieve with you.
As we all learn what is safe and possible moving forward, PlayMakers will be making real-time adjustments to our programming in close consultation with the University.
A message from Producing Artistic Director Vivienne Benesch about these uncertain times, at PlayMakers and beyond.
In a time of political unrest, director Andrew Borba shares his insight on the timelessness of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar.”
Adventures in bloodying our production of “Julius Caesar” continue with our costume department rising to the challenge of bloodying costumes for six performances a week.
Lisa Wolpe is world-renowned for her Shakespearean chops—having played both male and female roles for thirty years. Now she brings her expertise to “Julius Caesar” at PlayMakers!