A lesson for Albee’s estate from Tennessee Willams’s: Classics can survive reinvention. And while we’re reviving, how about more diversity, not less?
Her comical ‘King of the Yees’ is not your average family play, but then her dad isn’t your average dad.
It’s not just that the hit musical doesn’t tell my family’s story. It’s that it perpetuates a narrative in which the Vietnamese are victims, not fighters.
Apothetae and the Lark launch a two-year fellowship to nurture new voices and keep them in conversation.
The Theatrical Workforce Development Program aims to launch young people into full-time technical theatre careers, and diversify the industry.
When Waterwell discovered a Frank Loesser musical that hadn’t been performed since 1945, the company created a unique theatrical experience.
What the blow-up over a Times review of ‘Big River’ says about this cultural moment—and what it may bode for the direction of criticism.
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.