After producing an air-clearing gathering last June, the organizers of CREAT ATL still have their eyes on accountability for the city’s theatres.
As the nation’s outdoor theatres prepare to return to stages this summer, some have concerns about capacity and safety, while others are roaring back at full speed.
After experiencing bias and harassment at predominantly white institutions, 4 leaders founded their own companies to advocate for Black artists.
7 Asian American theatre leaders reflect on the rise in both hate crimes and open racism, how they’ve responded, and the support they would like to see.
Staging original works as audio dramas isn’t just a pandemic workaround; it’s also back-to-the-future turn to a resonant form.
Beyond Zoom readings, companies are finding new forms and collaborators, and reaching audiences far beyond any they could serve in person.
Efforts like the Black Seed, the Drinking Gourd, Next Wave initiative, and the Sprinkle-Hamlin award are directing funding to develop work by Black artists.
After 25 years at the helm of Atlanta’s Theatrical Outfit, Key is ready for his next act.
Why a master interpreter of August Wilson thinks it’s the right time to revisit but his 360-degree vision of Blackness.
Backstage jobs are still predominantly filled by white men, but the picture is slowly changing thanks to artists’ activism.