The theatre’s new literary magazine features writing by many artists, as well as many administrators, looking inward at the institution at a time of challenge and change.
The New York Times’ newest critic at large thinks about culture both broadly and personally, and strives to deliver dialogue, not a verdict.
The Times’ lead critic looks back on a fertile period in the field and reflects on the role he played in it.
The 45-year-old Pennsylvania theatre will also initiate a national search to fill out its senior artistic leadership team.
A new print monthly—yes, you read that right—is positioning itself to cover the field as it reemerges in coming years.
Plenty of Scrooge is on offer from the nation’s theatres, as well as Dorothy Gale, Richard III, Satchmo, and more.
Glynn Turman, Colman Domingo, and Michael Potts talk about the new film of August Wilson’s breakthrough play.
A year of news, most of it bad, was balanced by reflection, candor, innovation, and no shortage of hopes, dreams, and plans.
Concerts and benefits, as well as starry revivals and readings, fill this week’s stocking.
Casting is the intersection of so much that’s pleasurable about theatre and its potential—and need—to do better.