The guidelines, established to last the duration of the pandemic, were unanimously agreed upon.
Some companies are experimenting with innovative ways to stay connected to their patrons, but will the lessons stick past the pandemic?
The Industry Standard Group is putting investment muscle and production prowess behind the effort to build a more representative commercial theatre.
A surround-sound experiment audio play promises to put listeners inside the story of ‘Macbeth.’
In the jurisdictional war between Equity and SAG-AFTRA over theatre work made for screens, actors and stage managers have the most at stake.
As an experienced leader taking the helm of a unique American theatre institution, she finds it uniquely suited to her gifts.
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.