While we perfect our pucker for the next few weeks of frequent kissing, check out these artsy links from the interweb:
The process of writing and rewriting a play before it ever hits the stage can be long and arduous. What about rewriting a play that itself is rewritten from a film?
Once you get tickets, you’re set to see a show, right? Not always, as some unfortunate fans in New York discovered last week.
Edward Albee on Elizabeth Taylor, crafting dialogue and a surprising source of inspiration.
One-time Spider Man: Turn Off the Dark director Julie Taymor reflects on success and failure.
A new “radical” theater festival sprouts in Northern England.
The New York Times goes inside Norman Mailer's "nautical adventureland."
The Tony, Drama League and Outer Critics Circle award nominations have been announced!
Above: Jenny Bacon and Mark L. Montgomery in Stage Kiss. Photo by Liz Lauren.