How the New Year kicked off years ago: with auspicious openings, a notorious arrest, and the birth of an icon.
From Stephen Sondheim preparing for ‘West Side Story’ to the legacy of Margo Jones, from one of theatre’s worst fires to P.T. Barnum’s American Museum.
From America’s first Black celebrity to Alice Childress’s Broadway turn in ‘Anna Lucasta,’ from Susan Glaspell opening ‘The Verge’ to raves for Canada Lee.
From a warning against home-grown fascism to an R&H revisal, from WOW Café to slam poetry.
From L.A.’s historic Teatro Hidalgo to New York’s INTAR, from D.C. to Houston and beyond, September has been a rich month for Hispanic and Latinx theatre artistry in the U.S.
This month features memorable moments in the lives of Federica García Lorca, Bertolt Brecht, and William S. Yellow Robe Jr.
From a 1776 play about the American Revolution to ‘Hamilton,’ July has been a hot month for theatre.
From Caffe Cino to The Theatre Offensive, a look back at gay, lesbian, trans, and queer theatre milestones.
To celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we lift up the work of Frank Chin, Velina Hasu Houston, and Ping Chong, among others.
A celebration of Arab American Heritage Month, from Khalil Gibran to the opening of Leila Buck’s ‘Hkeelee (Talk to Me).’