For all the responsibility laid on stage managers, their impact and centrality—and what they can bring to theatre’s current moment of challenge and uncertainty—remain underappreciated.
Hall, the company’s first female artistic director, emphasizes the need to create spaces for Black artists to thrive.
An art form and industry built on ‘Yes, and…’ faces a world of ‘no,’ ‘maybe,’ and ‘who knows.’
While the pandemic has theatres reevaluating their programming, some are also making shifts toward a more humane working environment.
The communications exec, who’s working with Milwaukee Rep for 10 months on EDI, talks about building relationships and engaging diverse communities.
Most theatres recognize that all-white seasons and casts are wrong. So why are administration, management, and staff still so homogeneous?
TheatreWorks Silicon Valley’s new artistic director tries to balance with nimbleness with caution as he looks toward an uncertain future.
American Shakespeare Center and Berkshire Theatre Group will soon open full-scale productions, but only one has Actors’ Equity’s approval.
The collective that started by saying ‘We See You, White American Theater’ makes its own demands to be seen, and fully included, at last.
Amid the grief and rage over George Floyd’s murder, but unable to gather and heal through their art, Black theatremakers speak out and demand change.