On this podcast, the critics remember the late Jan Maxwell and debate the merits of revivals: artistically safe/stale or necessary for audience building?
Close behind is the Washington, D.C./Baltimore area, as part of a new study measuring which cities in America give AEA members the most work weeks.
The recipients are Jay Adana, Andrew R. Butler and Andrew Farmer, Emily Kaczmarek and Zoe Sarnak, and Mark Sonnenblick.
The sudden and unexplained parting ends a 15-year relationship with the author of ‘Some Girl(s)’ and ‘Fat Pig.’
In this podcast episode, an interview with the playwright of ‘We’re Gonna Be Okay’ and ‘Orange Julius.’
The 2018-19 season will include 6 productions, including adaptations of classics from Kate Hamill, Ellen McLaughlin, and David Ives.
A new video series hoping to bring a POC perspective to the performing arts.
The critics discuss the pros and cons of keeping resident acting companies, and talk to the most-produced playwright in America: Lauren Gunderson.
On this podcast, the critics discuss sexual harassment in the theatre and the powerful theatre artists accused, and debate talkbacks.
The termination comes in light of accusations of persistent sexual misconduct.