A study of a recent season in the Windy City found that women wrote just 25 percent of plays and directed 36 percent.
A grassroots movement pressed its union to negotiate historic increases—and proved that activism works.
5 theatre freelancers (and 1 administrator) open their checkbooks to explain the financial choices they make to survive.
Quiara Alegría Hudes changed her mother/daughter drama into a musical. Then the world changed even more.
Both ‘Trans Scripts’ and ‘Orange Julius’ let trans people tell their own stories, though only one credits a trans playwright.
The British director, who’s bringing her new Kneehigh show ‘946’ to Berkeley Rep, tells us why gender parity shouldn’t be so hard to achieve.
Speaking up to bigotry and coming together in the face of uncertainty are two natural roles for the theatre.
When Cleveland Public Theatre noticed there were no Latinx theatres in town, they helped create Teatro Publico.
In adapting an old mother/daughter drama into a musical, Quiara Alegría Hudes added not only songs but new layers and context.
At its 5th conference and festival, the Asian-American theatre alliance shared enthusiasm for new work and new strategies, as well as its critiques of persistent inequities.