International Women’s Day, World Theatre Day, 400 Years of Inequality, and others offer opportunities for the field to mark our history this month and beyond.
From the Broadway debut of ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ to the beginnings of Lexington Children’s Theatre, Crossroads Theatre Company, and the Theater Offensive, March was a memorable month.
As we reflect and look forward, know that in the new year TCG will continue to be a space for us to gather, nurture, and strengthen the theatre ecology.
Shadowy figures, a rogue music box, an iPod-surfing child ghost, and more fill our annual compendium of tales from haunted theatres.
The theatremaker will receive a distinguished achievement award at the William Inge Center’s annual fest next May.
From a sham buffalo hunt organized by P.T. Barnum to a stage production featuring Edison’s electric lights, August was a month of theatre to remember.
From the opening of new theatres in L.A. and in the Great Smoky Mountains to the start of Tim Dang’s tenure at East West Players, July was a noteworthy month for theatre.
From the beginnings of Interlochen and the Ohio summer tradition ‘Tecumseh!’ to Deaf West’s Broadway debut, summer was off to a hot start with these June milestones.
Can American Theatre magazine take a new approach to covering abuse and injustice in the theatre?
The Austin troupe’s new immersive piece offers audiences an interactive space to wander, watch, play—and reflect on the world.