Marisa Carr, Keelay Gipson, Isaac Gómez, and Stacey Rose will join the Chicago company as artistic director Ken-Matt Martin reimagines the program.
A new Philadelphia production offers a timely, often disconcerting look at Antoinette Nwandu’s play about police violence, soon headed for Broadway.
As students call out inequities in theatre training institutions, educators of color can find themselves with additional labor and scarce support.
The pandemic forced a conversation about filmed performance and audience access. Let’s not drop the ball.
For an entire afternoon of its 2021 virtual conference, TCG turned programming over to theatremakers who are 30 and younger.
When it comes to Shakespeare and Western classics, questions of legacy and belonging get raised when Black men take the stage—and the answers are increasingly clear and powerful.
This year’s gala highlighted honorees Ricardo Khan and the Performing Arts Alliance and featured performances from Market Theatre and ‘Cambodian Rock Band.’
After a period of turnover and uncertainty, leaders in this resilient community look toward a vibrant reopening—even if it doesn’t happen until 2022.
A new streaming platform from Broadway on Demand offers a place for regional theatres to introduce themselves to national, even global audiences.
With a new leader and new owners, the Chicago comedy staple has expanded its digital reach while reorienting for the future and readying a live return.