When larger institutions open their doors to independent companies, it can be a win-win proposition.
At a coffee shop near you, the Dramaturgy Open Office Hour Project offers a user-friendly intro to the sometimes elusive art form.
Walden Theatre and Blue Apple Players have shared programs and personnel for years. Now they’re taking their relationship to their next level.
For just $2, an audience member can download a play to their phone, hop on board, and have a personal theatrical experience.
Playwrights at Erik Ehn’s annual Texas retreat don’t speak for 10 days. New writing rushes into the void, along with a sense of community.
The Blue Barn Theatre has found a way to create a new home that’s both financially responsible and aesthetically appropriate.
Move over, Wednesdays—New Georges is making a case for TGIF. And why not?
A Chicago troupe explores a new way to build short-play festivals around a theme: taking inspiration from seminal rock albums.
Building audiences in two far-flung cities, as Alaska’s biggest theatre has done, is one way to help ensure a theatre’s economic sustainability.
Can the New Play Exchange bring transparency and efficiency to the play-submission process? That’s the idea, and soon it will be a reality.