This spring, Karen Zacarías’s popular play is going up at three different theatres, and raises a prescient dialogue about border disputes and neighborly conduct.
How Penn State and Pace University are helping professional composers create new work, with the help of their acting students.
Musical theatre artists are no longer just actors, writers, or singers, and schools are finding new ways to train them.
The writer and performer is back onstage with ‘Latin History for Morons.’
Acrobats, animations, naked dancers, fireworks, Ruhl in Icelandic, and Friel in German—must be summertime.
An educational musical about the science behind water and its connection to Hawaii will tour through the Aloha State.
From Honolulu to Boston, a look at institutions that produce theatre for young audiences.
How three plays about Lorraine Hansberry’s Younger family and their house resonate with each other—and with our current moment.
Greenidge’s newest play, partly inspired by Black Lives Matter, is being produced on college campuses across the country.
Denver- and Charlotte-based theatres make a friendly wager, while an Austin company hosts an alternative event.