“The Prom” is the rare show with lesbian themes to reach theater’s biggest stage. Gay women deserve more than drawing their own conclusions about Princess Elsa and Scout Finch.
The Mint Theater Company’s revival of Lillian Hellman’s 1936 play is a mishmash of acting styles, tonally uneven and frustratingly unfocused.
Check out the Carters’ North American tour, Ms. Helman’s dive into class tensions and the final season of a Hulu family drama.
Gender inequality remains a problem, but it’s heartening to see playwrights and performers argue for more opportunities.
This nimble revival of Lillian Hellman’s 1939 drama features Ms. Linney and Ms. Nixon in alternating roles of Southern womanhood.
Does Lillian Hellman rank alongside Tennessee Williams and Arthur Miller?
The show, set to begin previews on March 29, will have the actresses alternating roles, much like the actors in the 2000 Broadway production of “True West.”
Mr. Wright’s 1986 “Lillian Hellman: The Image, the Woman,” the first full treatment of her life, was written despite Hellman’s fierce opposition.
The composers behind “Fun Home” and “Frozen” will also receive prizes, for women in theater, at a ceremony on June 2.