Directors set the table for our theatrical meals, and preparation is key.
How six directors discovered and honed their craft—and found careers along the way.
Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon’s new play, a sort of ‘Pride and Prejudice’ sequel, makes a bid for the holiday canon.
National Stages creates a cross-subscription program for audiences on the move.
The actor/writer’s works, many adapted from Jane Austen, are full of empowered ladies, sometimes played by her.
Mainspring Arts Cooperative plays matchmaker for ambitious new theatre pieces and content-hungry venues around the U.S.
From a slaughterhouse floor to a bicycle caravan, this California theatre collective brings hard-hitting issues to audiences.
The New York City company spotlights—and helps sell tickets for—shows that meet or surpass gender parity.
How Children’s Theatre of Charlotte drew on the field’s best practices to create sensory-friendly offerings.
Dominique Morisseau’s play about the 1967 riots gets a multi-month tour courtesy of Detroit Public Theatre.