She may be alone onstage for the performance, but she contains—and reflects—multitudes.
At the national theatre magazine he founded in 1984, he spent decades covering and celebrating artists and companies in the U.S. and around the world.
Theatre is happening and we are here to cover it, in spite of it all.
Teaching design remotely had some upsides, she learned, but she’s eager to get her hands back on her craft and its tools.
Brittani Samuel, Jose Solís, and Sarah Rose Leonard will lead the site, originally founded by Sarah Ruhl and Julia Jordan, aimed at diversifying the critical discourse.
The move comes after reports of exaggerated and false claims about his accomplishments.
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.