Pandemic closures have provided an unexpected opportunity for some theatres to expand and improve their facilities.
Midwestern orgs are hunkering down but not defeated in their plans to stay relevant as they restructure.
As the pandemic rages through Arizona, Texas, and Oklahoma, theatres adjust their models and make new commitments, while one New Mexico theatre goes under.
The New Mexico performer/writer/activist talks storytelling, systemic inequity, and Indigenous representation.
New commissions from the Movement Theatre Company let 15 foreign-born designers express themselves—and maintain work visas.
It’s got ‘play’ in the title, but PlayGround’s Zoom Fest is entering a new gray zone between theatre, film, and TV—and it has the SAG-AFTRA contract to prove it.
Performer Leah Urzendowski talks Neo-Futurism, clowning during coronavirus, and bringing joy through movement.
Arts fests from Wisconsin to S.C. may survive a summer of virtual connection and outreach, but lean times are ahead for the towns where they take place.
Theatre architects look ahead to designs for a post-pandemic world.