When San Francisco’s venerable but ailing flagship theatre hired a 32-year-old neophyte to lead it, they didn’t know what they were in for. Neither did she.
From Sydney, Australia, to Durban, South Africa, a sampling of international festivals.
Another January welcomes some familiar players and some new hopefuls to NYC’s festival gauntlet.
13 theatre artists (and those who teach them) share tips and tales about working in the field.
The star of Broadway’s “Ghost” learns to navigate the business of show business all over again.
A good play makes you think, but the exquisite little play-books from 53rd State Press are objects of contemplation in themselves.
On resistance, hospitality and new writing for the American stage.
What happens—in the minds of both audiences and actors—when performers take their clothes off?
How creative folks are putting a business buzzword into action.
A roundtable discussion on 21st-century arts management and training between the country’s leading theatrical entrepreneurs.