The gender-parity tide may finally be turning in Britain and Ireland, but there’s still work to be done.
The U.S. got national arts funding after decades of advocacy, much of it by theatre folks working with various government entities, including the CIA.
A retired professor voices concerns about the casting of Jen Silverman’s play ‘The Moors,’ which American Theatre printed in full in our July/August 2017 issue.
From the first theatre history book to the first seasons at the Indiana Repertory Theatre and the Huntington, October was a notable month for theatre.
The Tony-winning composer explains how piracy helped propel the stage adaptation of the beloved film.
From a sound designer in New York City to an arts administrator in Baltimore, here are some theatre workers to have on your radar.
An open letter and a bill of rights, in the interest of more stage works representing the full diversity and humanity of Middle Eastern Americans.
The turnover of so many artistic director positions at U.S. theatres provides a genuine opening to overcome exclusionary hiring practices.
Whose programs do the programmers admire most? We asked some U.S. theatre leaders and they told us.
Caution may make sense in a crisis, but our long-term missions require us to make bolder choices.