Children’s Theatre Company took a signature work to the gathering in South Africa.
Japan’s Tadashi Suzuki revisits SITI, the U.S. company he helped found 25 years ago.
What the crisis at Harvard’s ART Institute says about the precarious state of theatre training in higher education.
A Hartford troupe makes original short plays by, for, and about teens, but the real performance may be in the talkbacks.
Writing is a solitary pursuit, but not for a week each year on this idyllic Midwestern campus.
The legendary Method company is still home, she says, for those who want to dig deep and surprise themselves.
Cry Havoc Theater responded to last year’s police killings with a docu-theatre piece about violence and healing.
EduHam, a.k.a. the ‘Hamilton’ Education Program, empowers students to become part of the sequel.
How she turned the constraints of Beckett’s buried-alive heroine Winnie into expressive assets.
Training programs offering undergrad musical theatre degrees provide students with tools for life onstage and beyond.