Among the best practices that are central to our field: taking care of the caregivers.
Working for a more sustainable, integral life onstage and off may be its own reward.
As the walls among mediums begin to tumble, so too the boundaries separating training programs.
What our departing senior editor’s education and writing career has to say about the value of training and experience.
What can we learn from those who came before us? Things we will one day pass on.
Some of the nation’s biggest theatrical questions are being asked, and vigorously answered, in Chicago.
Small theatre is an aesthetic as well as an economic designation, and both aspects deserve attention.
The subject of our September cover is a fiercely individual American master.
Stage sound comprises more than dialogue, effects, and music, and the folks who design it are doing more than mere augmentation.
That may be the wrong question for an art from expressly built to die and be reborn.