2 new documentaries look at Broadway as it was, while a third gives us a glimpse of our possible post-COVID future.
For house managers and theatre services directors, the work is invisible but rewarding.
Known for her roles as knotty, contradictory women, the French icon plunges into her first American production with ‘The Mother’ at the Atlantic.
What roles can theatre play in the global refugee crisis? Healing, representation—and diversion.
Conservative theatremakers, some emboldened by Trump’s election, look for inroads onstage.
Sholem Asch’s groundbreaking 1906 play, the subject of the Broadway-bound ‘Indecent,’ gets a new Yiddish revival.
In a new memoir, the Guerrilla Girl recounts a life as an art provocateur and a reluctant feminist haunted by abuse.
Rendered in Yiddish, Arthur Miller’s American icon and his conflicted family may have a more specific cultural identity than usual, but the play’s universality still rings out.
Cohen directs the Peacebuilding and the Arts Program to bring the arts to conflicted areas around the globe.
Activist watchdogs offer support to artists while sorting out fact from rumor, propaganda and the netherworld between.