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.
The pandemic brought deep-seated disparities to light, but has the theatre field really reckoned with them?
He’s grateful to be back in front of audiences, and also hopeful that a year-plus of down time has shown the field the true value of artists’ work.
With so much still unknown about their long-term symptoms, some stage artists look at the newly accelerating pace and expectations of their field with ambivalence.
How 3 theatres are shaping outdoor offerings to the needs and stories of the communities and spaces they live among.
Jeff Rosenberg and Laura Jacqmin’s new project answers the question: Why break up with theatre when you recreate some of its conditions on a film set?
One year into the pandemic, artists and leadership find ways to collaborate—and clash—on the best ways to support their communities.
With Dominique Morisseau’s play as inspiration, Lincoln Center Theater’s education program finds a way to connect and engage high school students.