What will the union’s new Open Access mean for the theatre industry? Here’s our stab at an explainer.
As she moves from Maine’s Penobscot Theatre to Miami’s GableStage, she prioritizes professionalism, depth, and community service.
Can sound journalism expose and end workplace abuse in the entertainment industry? If sources are ready to talk, she’s ready to report.
The not-so-secret weapon of the new Apple+ series is a score by Cinco Paul as fueled by abiding love as by knowing critique of the form.
On a new record, singer Eleri Ward reclaims Sondheim’s melodies from his thorny harmonies, creating something new that’s also true to the original.
A choir founded during the AIDS crisis stages a revivifying concert amid another pandemic, as longtime leader Michael McElroy moves on.
INTAR Theatre’s MicroTEATRO project celebrates a Manhattan district that may be poised to take off as a theatre destination.
Some companies, eager to return to the stage, are building new ones outdoors, gambling that al fresco offerings will both serve and draw their communities.
As live theatre returns to New York City, 2 unique efforts are banking on audiences bringing life back to the sparsely occupied financial district.
After the Drama Division hosted a pointlessly traumatic ‘slavery immersion’ exercise last fall, some Black students are still hurting and asking for redress.