At Arena Stage, Mary Kathryn Nagle’s ‘Sovereignty’ set out to reclaim Native stories—and bodies.
Virginia Rep’s new show for kids takes inspiration from the iconic ‘I think I can’ tale, whose roots are deeper than even its makers knew.
How ‘Come From Away,’ ‘Amélie,’ and ‘War Paint’ found their footing in resident theatres before stepping up to New York City.
Whether directing, writing, or irreverently adapting, the D.C.-based artist isn’t afraid of bringing himself to all his work.
Belasco’s ‘Girl of the Golden West’ gets a faithful (though slimmed-down) new staging at THEATREWORKS in Colorado.
Center Stage produced the guerrilla-theatre video series in response to the Black Lives Matter era.
In trying to strike a healthier work/life balance for their staff and artists, theatres find that flexibility, space, and planning are key.
Death on a stick: The Old Trout Puppet Workshop brings its irreverent but strangely moving “Famous Puppet Death Scenes” to Woolly Mammoth.
Theatre Facts 2013 shows companies are taking smart steps to regain their economic footing after the Great Recession.
It’s not a one-deal-fits-all world anymore, either for theatregoers or theatres.