With apprenticeships on hold, the inequities of the model face fresh scrutiny.
From a scenic artist in California to a casting director in Washington, D.C., here are some theatre workers to have on your radar.
What emerging writers can—and can’t—learn from schools without a playwriting concentration.
Is the field a safe or welcoming place for pregnant working artists? It’s a question many parents and parents-to-be are asking.
At the Public Theater she’s in charge of making sure all the designers are on same page.
Six theatre artists in recovery share stories of how the field has both embraced and excluded them.
From dramaturgs to directors to teachers, here are 6 Windy City artists to keep on your radar.
Keen Company’s new production of Brian Friel’s 1994 play reckons with its views of blindness and female bodily autonomy.