How 2 eerie virtual offerings, ‘Someone Else’s House’ and Darkfield Radio, managed to creep into my personal space and give me genuine chills.
Theatremakers in New York, Philadelphia, and Seattle are meeting audiences at the park, in the street, and all places in between.
Jody Kuehner’s irreverent, form-breaking alter ego is back with a more contemplative but no less challenging new dance-theatre-film.
The documentary theatre company partners with newsrooms, playwrights, and theatres to do a kind of stage journalism well suited to tell complicated human stories.
At Seattle’s Red Eagle Soaring, Sayet and Moses will share artistic director duties, modeling and shaping a decolonized process to better serve Native youth.
How Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company crowdsourced a docutheatre piece on how a year of COVID, racist violence and protest, and political division felt in their state.
The acclaimed company has built a tripartite show about the space between us in which we must do a lot of the connecting.
Leading with laughter and love, they remain uncompromising about making room for their whole, uncontainable self.
Undergraduate theatre programs join forces to combat artistic isolation and build creative community.