The New Zealand-based Indian Ink Theatre Company brings immersive festivities to a number of U.S. theatres starting this month.
How a 68-seat cultural gem on the Jersey shore has stood the test of time for the sake of new plays.
A look at this extraordinary moment of contraction for the U.S. theatre field, including a complete list of closures since March 2020.
Emilio Sosa and J. Jared Janas compare notes on the costumes, hair, wigs, and makeup they crafted for a wide array of periods and teams this season.
Yasmina Reza’s popular play makes a belated Off-Broadway debut in a kinetic new production by Theatre Breaking Through Barriers.
After a back-and-forth over COVID vaccine policy sparked an HR investigation at New Dramatists, the fallout exposed the faultlines between the personal and the professional—and between artists and leadership.
Though their Off-Broadway show is sold out, the musical trio is still trying new things onstage.
His latest autobiographical comedy at the Public, ‘Dark Disabled Stories,’ is being designed with access in mind, even as it gets down and dirty about the ways society views and treats disabled people.
The symposium ‘Sound & Color: The Future of Race in Design’ invited young designers of color to imagine a future that is only just beginning.
This year’s TCG Our Stories Gala, presented in honor of Samuel L. Jackson and LaTanya Richardson Jackson, raised a record $300,000 for the organization.