Each path has its pros and cons, its complications and its trade-offs, as these case studies show.
A new lakefront flexible space gives Chicago Shakespeare Theater the room to expand, and not just physically.
The theatre is engaging new audiences with diverse work and a little nosh.
For the company in Lee, Mass., theatre is a philanthropic vehicle.
Writers of the world, unite—and demand your free theatre seats via Playwrights Welcome.
The theatre’s new Rush&Ride program merges same-day tickets with car services, and it’s literally driving more patrons to the theatre.
The Israeli-born Boston artist has made translating and presenting works by living international writers a mission.
Loosely modeled after playwrights collectives before them, the D.C. group passes the torch.
A series of short plays about the whole lot features a choose-your-own-president ending, just like in real life.
The New Orleans-based studio founded by local Jeff Becker will house 3 theatre ensembles and focus on design-driven productions.