With the Web, the artists of the Kilroys hope to create more community and less hierachy.
From professors to producers and dramaturgs to designers, here are six theatre workers from the DMV to know.
A look at this extraordinary moment of contraction for the U.S. theatre field, including a complete list of closures since March 2020.
The Public Theater’s abrupt cancellation of the influential new-works showcase raises questions about the future of innovative work in NYC and globally.
The stakes are high for dramatists used to making most of their income writing for film and TV.
Stori Ayers and Charly Evon Simpson resigned in solidarity with a performer whose assault they feel was mishandled. That performer says the problem is bigger than a single incident.
In New York City, once home to dozens of Yiddish theatres, 2 companies now tend the flame in different ways—just don’t call it a renaissance.
By branching into theatre, the popular platform for film and TV scripts has given playwrights another venue. Is this what they asked for?
The new play ‘Trash’ is part of IRT Theatre’s efforts to make Deaf stories and artists a part of everyday theatrical storytelling and practice.
No, it’s not March 2020 all over again, but the latest COVID-19 variant has theatres struggling with some familiar dilemmas of safety and scheduling.