Is there a way to humanize playwrights’ familiar submission/rejection cycle? Remembering that there are human beings on both sides of the exchange can help.
Marc Blitzstein’s folk opera will see a return engagement Off Broadway, plus the theatre will present readings of Shakespeare’s plays translated into modern English.
The state’s largest theatre has cancelled the remainder of its season, citing financial troubles.
The Dallas theatre will produce a world premiere by Nathan Alan Davis and a new adaptation of ‘A Doll’s House’ by artistic director Joanie Schultz.
On this episode, the critics ponder whether some shows are too dated to revive, reach into the mail bag, and tell you which (non-NYC) theatres are worth a visit this summer.
America’s self-definition as a nation of immigrants is under threat, as are immigrants themselves. How are U.S. stages and artists dramatizing this moment?
America may call itself a nation of immigrants, but our stories are still scarce on U.S. stages. Let’s change that.
Theatres find new ways to relate to immigrant and refugee communities, not only as audiences but as partners.
DACA recipients, feeling unwelcome in the country they call home, claim a home onstage.
What roles can theatre play in the global refugee crisis? Healing, representation—and diversion.