The Colombian theatre festival brought artists from all over, with a special Nordic track this year.
The Geers’ theatre began as sort of Left Coast artist’s colony, and even as it’s grown into a true repertory house its political roots show.
From the African Grove to the first playwrights’ copyright, from Rude Mechs to the DMX512 dimmer protocol, this was an august month in theatre history.
The writer and performer is back onstage with ‘Latin History for Morons.’
The 25-year-old company keeps its intimacy intact as it moves from tenant to owner in a new Jeanne Gang-designed space.
From traditional adaptations to musicals to improv, the six novels of the Regency-era author seem to make theatrical sense and sensibility.
Inspired by her grandfather’s home, the playwright pens her new play ‘Summer Retreat.’
From a new-play programmer to a lighting designer in Oregon to an Austin-based actor/activist, here are some stage folks to keep your eye on.
Immersive theatre, nautical shows, and more take stages across the country this summer.
Face tracking, augmented reality, wearable lights—incorporating technology onstage has never been easier or cheaper, and it can serve rather supersede storytelling.