Theatre Horizon’s Art Houses program partners with local families to devise virtual performances on their home turf.
Artists’ Rep’s new managing director wants to break down the silos in her workplace and in her art form too.
An interactive web portal combines theatre and education in an effort to destigmatize mental illness.
Growing calls for government arts support are welcome, even if the historical model of the 1930s is an imprecise analogy.
The pandemic has given the Chicago playwright a chance to step back and rethink his approach—and he hopes theatres are doing the same.
ACT’s new director of the conservatory talks about teaching self-analysis, working within structures to dismantle them, and the possibilities of digital platforms.
Theatre artists Whitney White and Peter Mark Kendall made a show for Under the Radar that tests the bounds of their form, and of their friendship.
NYTW’s education program provided an artistic oasis, and a sense of belonging, for U.S. high school students hungry for change.
Greater diversity onstage is only going to happen when theatre’s hidden gatekeepers are more diverse too.
Amid the constraints of social distancing, perhaps more urgently because of them, many U.S. theatres are finding ways to bring audiences an annual dose of Dickens.