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.
The historic Bay Area theatre will close after 45 years.
Seventy-five awards were handed out at Theatre Bay Area’s annual awards ceremony.
The theatre artist and activist will receive a cash prize in December.
Fink will leave Berkeley Repertory Theatre and begin at TBA in February.
A year-long, peer-based process of voting recognizes theatres and performers in the Bay Area.
The Bay Area actor receives $10,000 and a year of mentorship from Theatre Bay Area and the RHE Foundation.
The bimonthly magazine plans to go online-only following the publication of its May/June issue.
The African-American playwright will be recognized at Theatre Bay Area’s annual conference for his Lorca-inspired play ‘The House that will not Stand.’
Catching up with our favorite podcasts, from year-end wrapups to in-depth interviews, will keep us busy well into the New Year (or until next week, at least).