A study from Helicon Collaborative shows that 58 percent of arts funding goes to 2 percent of big-budget arts organizations—and it’s a trend that’s worsened.
Jen Silverman’s dark comedy may be inspired by Victorian novels, but its skewering of gender and class is unapologetically modern.
Dutch artists like Ivo van Hove and Wunderbaum only became mainstream forces after an audience revolt. Will the tide ever take a similar turn in the U.S.?
The legendary Method company is still home, she says, for those who want to dig deep and surprise themselves.
The irrepressible indie theatre venue celebrates 10 years with another madcap short-play festival.
New York magazine’s new critic is also New York’s newest critic, and she says she’s as ready to listen as to talk.
The Public Theater spreads its community-based theatre model to Detroit, Dallas, and Seattle.
On this week’s episode, we welcome Josh Hecht of Profile Theatre who explains why he only programs one writer a season. Plus, the editors discuss bias in theatre criticism.
This small venue has a lot to give to the community of Jefferson Park.
From the creation of Chicago’s Goodman to a seminal show by the National Black Theatre, July was a standout month for theatrical milestones.