Billie Holiday Theatre Receives National Medal of Arts
The Billie has received this award in recognition of 50 years carrying the mantle for Black voices and Black artistic expression in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
What Is to Be Done 2.0: Some Notes on Theatre in a Time of Climate Crisis
What will it take to change our ways before climate crisis makes such change impossible? We can start by using one of the greatest human inventions: story.
New School Names Jermaine Hill Dean of Drama
The acclaimed music director and former interim dean of theatre at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee will join the New School faculty this summer.
People’s Light Announces the Kiln New Works Program
6 artists will present new works in development over 2 weekends in April.
Jeremy B. Cohen to Lead Ojai Playwrights Conference
Cohen will remain with the Playwrights’ Center in Minneapolis through June 2024, even as he begins programming for Ojai.
Theatre Producers of Color Announces 2023 ‘Producing 101’ Cohort
The third annual Producing 101 program welcomes 25 aspiring BIPOC producers for a tuition-free 11-week education on the fundamentals of commercial producing.
Andre Royo: ‘I’ve Been All These Guys’
In tackling Eric Bogosian’s multi-character show ‘Drinking in America’ as his first stage performance in 15 years, the Bronx-born actor is making a defiant return to his roots.
Black Theatre Coalition, Black Broadway Men Partner for Playwriting Initiative
The partnership will see Black Theatre Coalition fellows working on an upcoming Black Broadway Men play reading.
Stratford Festival, Intermission Magazine Launch IBPOC Critics Lab
The program is accepting applications from aspiring and emerging Canadian theatre critics who are Indigenous, Black, or people of color for a 7-week curriculum and residency at the Stratford Festival.
Chicago’s Sideshow Theatre Company to Cease Operations
The storefront theatre company, known for producing world and American premieres, will donate all remaining funds to 7 other Chicago nonprofits.