A series of new-play festivals are rolling out this week, as are a murder mystery musical, some online book clubs, and BD Wong in ‘Songs From an Unmade Bed.’
From a socially distanced staging of ‘Lobby Hero’ to a TYA event addressing racism, there’s no shortage of theatre for your screen this week.
While this influential new-play conference developed plenty of new work, it also developed racist and sexist practices, say many artists and staff, necessitating a change of leadership.
From a vintage ‘Cinderella’ to the bracing ‘Is God Is,’ there’s something for every palate this week.
The playwright/actress brings an independent artist’s perspective to the board room, where she hopes it can offer the field a ‘bird’s-eye view’ at a crucial time.
A new album featuring many of her alt-musical singer/composer heirs reminds us of the vital, ever-timely pulse of her music.
Studies, including one from Shugoll Research on D.C.-area theatregoers, see a decline from already low numbers, with the comfort zone stretching to spring 2021.
From festival readings to benefit cabarets, on-demand stage captures to immersive soundscapes, there’s no shortage of at-home theatre.
Zoom plays, audio dramas, virtual tours, even a live-stream of an empty stage to fill your lockdown hours.
As theatres pause live performance and seek other ways to connect with audiences, this magazine will pause its print edition but continue online.