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.
When disaster strikes Louisiana, its artists step up to the plate with savvy and ingenuity.
Does it make sense (and dollars) to compensate everyone in a company equally?
American Theatre breaks down what artists need to know about Obamacare and where they can find out more.
A precursor to the L.A. Stage Alliance forms, Charlie Chaplin’s final bow, and more that happened this month in history.
The controversial West Dallas–based ensemble opens a new show in a former bus garage.
Dominique Morisseau’s new play makes its way home to America after a transatlantic staging by London’s Gate Theatre.
The composer/lyricist discusses her new show with Duncan Sheik, “Because of Winn-Dixie,” and why she loves collaboration.
Collapsable Hole artistic director Eric Dyer shares his thoughts on the death, funeral, and wake of the notorious Williamsburg theatre.
The Reduced Shakespeare Comedy returns for their ninth stage collaboration.