From a slaughterhouse floor to a bicycle caravan, this California theatre collective brings hard-hitting issues to audiences.
It began in 1977 in a stuffy barn in Upstate New York, and has grown into a theatre that employs 30 artists every year and presents around the country.
This small venue has a lot to give to the community of Jefferson Park.
Led by one full-time staffer, this company develops and produces new work in Rhode Island’s coastal capital.
This Southern theatre company brings professional fare to its community.
This Northern Texas theatre company, begun as a community theatre, now brings new professional work to area audiences.
This one-time summer stock theatre in a Portland suburb is now Oregon’s biggest musical theatre.
This Windy City theatre works to eradicate racism and unite audiences through its performances and educational programming.
For 40 years the troupe has developed work by, about, and for the Latinx community and shared it in and around Mile-High City.
The theatre began in the basement of a vacant mall and now produces large-scale youth shows for audiences of all ages.