From Broadway’s first three-act play by a Black writer to the beginning of TheatreWorks Silicon Valley and August Wilson’s second Pulitzer, past Aprils included an array of theatrical milestones.
The acclaimed dramatist was a generous, kind, humble, and beautiful soul whose youthful excitement for theatre lasted throughout his lengthy career.
A guide compiled by Parent Artist Advocacy League for Performing Arts + Media.
In 1918 an outbreak of influenza killed millions and shuttered U.S. theatres—and then one day it was gone.
From Anna Cora Mowatt to James Baldwin, from ‘Children of a Lesser God’ to LMDA, March has had a plethora of theatrical milestones.
The Utah Shakespeare Festival founder constantly searched for opportunities to make a difference.
The writer, editor, and professor leaves behind a legacy of joy and generosity as well as his influential contributions to performance scholarship.
A unique New Orleans residency puts artists close to both the power and the danger of nature.
Want to adopt more environmentally friendly theatre practices? There’s a lot of work to do, but luckily there are plenty of resources to help.
From the death of pioneering dramatist Martha Morton to Virginia Stage’s blizzard-ridden opening, February has been a significant month.