Sans holiday stage offerings, theatres are raising funds and spirits with artists’ marketplaces this holiday season.
The new book ‘Theater Artists Making Theatre With No Theater’ is an emotional check-in with scores of writers locked out of live performance.
How companies across the U.S. are using their talents and networks to encourage and help folks make their voices heard.
One sign of a shift in traditionally Eurocentric theatre training practices: ‘Black Acting Methods’ was the best-selling theatre book this past summer.
From sci-fi mysteries to history lessons, theatremakers are putting their own stamp on snail mail exchanges.
A Brooklyn theatre company isn’t just rediscovering and cataloguing overlooked plays—they’re aiming to get them into production.
The postponed MCC gala, originally set for April, will play recorded songs for a wide web audience.
As students return this fall, university theatre programs look to new technologies and safety protocols.
This outdoor performance in Bushwick was a reminder of the joys of gathering, and of the magic of New York City.
Her film ‘Red Pill,’ which she thinks of as a Black woman’s ‘Get Out,’ views the nation’s ills through the lens of horror.