Ghost Light This is 'Ghost Light,' a column by Lindsey Trout Hughes.

Having a Child Meant Imagining a New Way to Make Theater

I had to imagine an environment in which theater-making and parenting could not only coexist, but nourish and inform one another.

Shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth Night’ Taught Me About Being a Twin

For me and my twin, the surprise was not our matching tumors, but that hers was malignant and mine was benign.

Rediscovering Chekhov’s Plays in the Pandemic

The play asked suddenly familiar questions: Why all this suffering? Is life really beautiful? How are we supposed to go on like this?