We’ve heard the field’s concerns and are now working to determine the capacities we’d need to expand our coverage.
America’s self-definition as a nation of immigrants is under threat, as are immigrants themselves. How are U.S. stages and artists dramatizing this moment?
America may call itself a nation of immigrants, but our stories are still scarce on U.S. stages. Let’s change that.
Can American Theatre magazine take a new approach to covering abuse and injustice in the theatre?
Our nation’s Native history is all around us, if we would only pay attention. One place to look: at a rising generation of Native theatremakers.
What do we owe to this quarter-century-old American classic? More life.
A healthy economy may be one pretext for renewed fundraising appeals—but then again, so could an unpredictable new tax regime.
This month: training for directors, IP for non-writers, the state of queer theatre, diversiyfing theatre training, and West African stages.
Directors set the table for our theatrical meals, and preparation is key.
We know too well the laments about shrinking critical jobs and authority. But are we looking for the future in all the wrong places?