If a dramaturg’s job is to be a great unifier, what can there be to do in this time of great separation?
Through the fear and uncertainty of an open-ended pandemic, it’s crucial to take time to reconnect with yourself and your surroundings.
In the midst of a growing pandemic, the interconnectivity of the global theatre community can be a source of strength and hope.
A Nairobi initiative shows what African artists can learn from American musical theatre, and vice versa.
The announcement comes with news of the company furloughing more than half of its year-round employees.
Among the best practices that are central to our field: taking care of the caregivers.
How to build support for parent artists at U.S. theatres? First let’s build a movement.
Emily Mann and Mary Hodges discuss their experiences as working parent artists, and the hard-won wisdom they’ve gleaned along the way.
How an Off-Broadway company planned and implemented a radical parent inclusion project.
Waring is the company’s former general manager and current director of operations.