The company’s 55th season will include works by Lynn Nottage, Lucy Prebble, Wendy McLeod, and Jen Silverman.
The latest numbers show playwrights and directors edging close to parity, while most designers apart from costumers lag behind.
Dozens of theatres worldwide are recognized for staging works by female playwrights for 50 percent of their season.
The initiative will include a $5 million fund for female filmmakers and theatre artists.
The award recognizes Off-Broadway theatres that achieved parity among their playwrights and directors.
A new advocacy organization holds its first conference in a town known for two male authors.
A new Dramatist Guild/Lilly Awards study shows encouraging trends in new-play productions by women nationwide, and there’s nowhere to go but up.
At an April conference in Toronto, we came up with a plan for change that can take root and grow into a more equitable future for female theatre artists.
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How one small London theatre has rallied the big ones to recognize and address the gender gap on U.K. stages.