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Filmic Joan Didion: On the Writer and ‘The Center Will Not Hold’

The upcoming Netflix documentary, "Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold," will be released on October 27th. Here's a brief look at Joan's legendary life.


Butterfly World: Tony-winning Playwright David Henry Hwang Returns

We take a look at the life and experiences of Tony-winning playwright David Henry Hwang to celebrate the return of M. Butterfly to Broadway.


The Making of August Wilson, from Poet to Pulitzer Playwright

August Wilson, Fences playwright, was a titan of the American stage who was himself as fascinating a character as any of his inventions.


Willy Loman's Monologue in Death of a Salesman, Illustrated

To celebrate playwright Arthur Miller's birthday this week, we illustrated Willy Loman's legendary monologue in Death of a Salesman.


Biographies We Need: The Shifting Roles of Sam Shepard

It’s the question of absence and presence that’s key to much of Sam Shepard’s appeal and mystery.


Tennessee Williams Rescued from Methodless Method by Elia Kazan

John Lahr's exhaustive and brilliant new Tennessee Williams biography chronicles the playwright's creative collaboration with director Elia Kazan.