A surround-sound experiment audio play promises to put listeners inside the story of ‘Macbeth.’
The rebranding of the business formerly called Plays for Young Audiences reflects CTC’s multigenerational productions.
A survey of U.S. theatres finds them almost evenly divided on the prospects for closure or survival in 2021.
The audio version will reunite the cast from the 2017 world premiere at Chicago’s A Red Orchid Theatre.
In the jurisdictional war between Equity and SAG-AFTRA over theatre work made for screens, actors and stage managers have the most at stake.
Lockdown is no blessing, but I am using it for good: to heal, to step off the grant-writing treadmill, and to say no to more abuse.
The Dallas company will present a series of intersectional arts experiences in place of a traditional season.
Diversifying programming and leadership won’t be enough if our boards remain white and privileged.
Reunion readings, Russian troll farms, a married couple in a play about infidelity—there’s plenty to fill your screen time this week.
The November festival will feature works from Avante Theatre Project, Teatro Vivo, and ProyectoTEATRO about the Latinx experience.