1812 Productions didn’t just come up with a way to collaborate with designers on mini-stagings of ‘King Lear’ during the pandemic—they also turned it into a bake-off-style web series.
As she takes the reins of the Pace School of Performing Arts, she talks mentorship, marathons, and the future of the field.
As we look back on a challenging year, we see a field continuing its push to create a new, better ‘normal.’
As ‘Clyde’s’ prepares for a Broadway-level simulcast, a smaller theatre upstate highlights some of the difficulties and benefits of this hybrid approach.
As theatres begin to emerge from pandemic restrictions, many are recommitting to programs designed to engage their youngest stakeholders.
As La Jolla Playhouse’s new executive producer, Keen-Louie aims to keep pushing the field forward, not just for his current collaborators but for the next generation.
Seven artists in total will receive $275,000 each, including $250,000 in unrestricted funding.
Pandemic delays allowed the Chicago theatre to rethink their both production process and the meaning of the play, with strong input from their lead actor.
As she steps into a new role at D.C.’s Folger Theatre and Library, she’s focused on how a repurposed Bard can help build community.
As theatre workers prepare for a return to in-person theatre, they have lingering questions about what kinds of spaces and conditions they’re returning to.