From the first American stage comedy to NYC’s ban on burlesque and the launch of the Mark Taper Forum, April was showered with noteworthy theatrical events.
From a teaching artist in Kentucky to an actor in Berkeley, Calif., here are some theatre workers to have on your radar.
Most actors methodically warm up for emotionally draining performances. But what do they do to recoup reality?
Martin Sherman’s new play takes stock of a generational shift in attitudes as disorienting as it is heartening.
This Southern theatre company brings professional fare to its community.
Intimate venues, short plays, small ticket prices, big risks—a Madrid movement spreads to other Spanish-speaking cities.
Jeffrey Chastang’s play about unexpected paths had a similarly fortuitous trip to the stage.
A history of the 60-year-old initiative that brings theatre directly to the people.
How do you raise money when your audiences aren’t earning their own income?
Apothetae and the Lark launch a two-year fellowship to nurture new voices and keep them in conversation.