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.
In a five-week summer intensive at Stella Adler School, underserved youth take a stab at ‘Julius Caesar.’
At Vassar’s theatrical incubator, you can see everything from open rehearsals to readings to full productions. Just no reviews, please.
Threads from Broadway, tours, and the Met hang out between engagements at an Astoria warehouse that’s now accessible to shows all over the U.S.
Highlights of the annual festival included a rock band of Catholic schoolgirls, giant balloons, pop-up books, and deconstructed Chekhov.
With the TCG national theatre conference fast approaching, let our Rising Leaders of Color give you a guide to the D.C. metro area.
After two decades the Bay Area theatre’s annual new-play presentation continues to push its writers—and itself—in new directions.