A defense of artists who support themselves with day jobs, and a look at JoAnne Akalaitis’s new Greek-messenger play.
One reporter examined the ins and outs of theatre acoustics; another looked at City Lights’ experiments with tech-based talkbacks.
Two reporters turn their eyes to Japanese theatre of the past, present, and future.
Two writers take on the state of new musicals and the people who make them.
Reports from a Black theatre summit and from a warzone in Gaza.
A deep dive into theatre in prison, and a study of William Kentridge’s latest opus.
A former HR professional makes a case for her field, and a scholar uncovers early, more feminist drafts of ‘Kiss Me, Kate.’
An overdue focus on designers, and a look at 2 new books on Broadway songwriters.
A piece on theatremaking while parenting, and one on intimacy direction, both fit the month’s Best Practices theme.
A look at a radical pricing program, and the history of an undersung female theatre pioneer.