Her students keep her young, she says, as she balances new jobs, Broadway productions, and regional work.
The Philly-based performer is known as one of the best around, but he doesn’t rest on his laurels so much as spread them around.
Don’t have a policy to accommodate people with disabilities, both backstage and in the house? You need one.
In the midst of the #NeverAgain movement, can theatre artists foster nuanced conversations on the polarizing topics of gun violence and gun control?
Upheaval and protest around the historic black company raise the question: Who owns New Freedom Theatre?
Suli Holum’s new play, presented by the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University, offers new perspective on living with a disability.
After months of delays, the new home of five Philadelphia theatre companies welcomes its first audiences.