Workplace discrimination and the lack of paid maternity leave are holding down employment numbers, according to Millikin University study.
On this back-to-the-season edition, Terry Teachout and Peter Marks talk about shows they’ve seen and answer questions from their mailbag.
Playwrights Realm’s Radical Parent-Inclusion Project aims to make theatre rehearsals more friendly and flexible for parents and caregivers.
The Friends talk to two actors about ‘As Much as I Can,’ a new musical extravaganza about the contemporary HIV/AIDS crisis; plus reviews of ‘Hercules,’ ‘Felix Starro,’ and ‘Make Believe.’
She comes to the D.C. theatre from the Alliance in Atlanta.
The Friends take a road trip to see ‘Into the Woods,’ in actual nature, and talk to Britney Simpson, the production’s Baker’s Wife; plus reviews of ‘Sea Wall/A Life’ and ‘Bat Out of Hell.’
The author of ‘Open’ and ‘Mary and Max’ talks about how comic books influence her plays (and her marriage).
The Tony winner has found fame via TV’s ‘Pose,’ but he can’t seem to quit the theatre.
Professionals from the food and theatre world are collaborating on a new take on Shakespeare, complete with crudités.
With ‘Beetlejuice’ and ‘Moulin Rouge!’ on Broadway, the prolific director has become something of a movie-to-musical expert.