A multimedia performance from Lynn Nottage and LAByrinth reimagines the past and future of the city that inspired ‘Sweat.’
Under Jackie Alexander’s leadership, North Carolina Black Rep’s biennial gathering aims to connect playwrights and producers.
Movers, shakers, and makers in the Portland theatre community offer their favorite P-Town haunts.
Big winners of the 2017 ceremony were ‘Oslo,’ ‘The Band’s Visit,’ and the memory of Circle Rep.
EduHam, a.k.a. the ‘Hamilton’ Education Program, empowers students to become part of the sequel.
Ad Hoc Beaumont’s Beckett staging speaks to inmates in a medium-security prison, and even involves a few.
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.
From avant-garde to populist, from reimagined Shakespeare to devised immersion, this year’s fest delivered a richly various banquet of theatre.
For tips on what’s new and noteworthy on U.S. stages this season, who better to ask than literary managers and dramaturgs?
After four decades of Southern playmaking, a look back—and forward—at theatre’s place on and off the grid.