From early theatre for young audiences to the creation of the Asian Multi Media Center, January’s theatrical milestones started the year with a bang.
Choice notes from an extraordinary theatregoing career, documenting trends and artists of the late 20th-century stage.
From the beginnings of the Alley in Houston to Pan Asian Rep in NYC and Golden Thread in San Francisco, November was filled with theatrical milestones.
An assistant director recalls the path-breaking original production at the Public Theater.
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.
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 birth of North America’s first professional troupe, the collapse of Zero Mostel, controversies, mergers, and more.
Theatre ought to grow our moral imagination in a time of crisis. How do we get there—and who is ‘we’?
Both in content and form, documentary theatre in the U.S. has always been at theatre’s cutting edge.
From the first interracially cast ‘Othello’ to the founding of our longest-running queer troupe, this was a memorable month for theatre.