Using crankies and shadow puppets, among other forms, the Chicago artist distills her experiences into live visual story events.
Theatres in Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Connecticut are variously going local and virtual, and reflecting deeply on their role in a changed future.
Face shields and intubation boxes for health care workers are among the gear that set technicians have turned their tools and skills to make.
The Chicago company records a starry, large-cast revival of Arthur Miller’s late work, set amid economic hardship that has fresh resonance.
Some of the fellows in Round 13 had projects delayed, canceled, or reconceived, but all are finding new ways to connect with their communities and their work during this pause.
How two married actors in Florida have created a mini-repertory theatre in quarantine.
Minus his usual blood and mayhem, the ‘Vietgone’ playwrights tells a touching and funny personal story in a new podcast series for Playwrights Horizons.
The pandemic may mean that doors are closed and money is tight, but companies are keeping physical spaces running and ready for an eventual return.