Many of TYA’s longtime aims—dramatizing thorny subjects, modeling diversity and tolerance—are more relevant than ever.
The San Diego theatre’s season lineup includes plays by Nathan Alan Davis, Matthew Lopez, and Kate Hennig.
Drama-Logue founder Bill Bordy awarded the money in honor of his sister Pearl Bordy Frazier.
Bed-Stuy’s longtime black theatre gets a new leader and fresh momentum.
From a Chicago-based audio engineer to a D.C. security guard, here are some theatre folks to have on your radar.
The former Route 66 Theatre business manager succeeds Dean Carpenter in the role.
Requiring students to attend the theatre can backfire. So how do you attract and inspire theatregoers of tomorrow?
The producing artistic director resigned from his position, and his last day will be in March.
The craft of musical theatre is passed between generations—from teacher to student and from student to teacher.
Seven composers, lyricists, and book writers share where and how they trained to create work for the stage.