Hierarchical leadership and ‘best practices’ from 20, even 10 years ago, are no longer able to solve the challenges facing our field today.
The education and engagement programs at theatre companies remind us what this field is all about, and who it’s for.
As theatres claim a role at the center of community life, the aim is transformation, not transaction.
Up for a post-show discussion? Four a.d.s explain why they are—and you just might be too.
How co-artistic directors Faye Price and Noël Raymond of the Minneapolis theatre organization infuse the arts into everyday life.
From critical literacy programs to touring bilingual productions, theatres are going back to school to make a difference
What shows are education and engagement directors looking forward to, and who do they look up to? We asked and they told us.
No longer a rarefied practice, sensory-friendly performances got a national boost from Lincoln Center’s April-May festival.
The Stoneman Douglas school shooting and the #NeverAgain movement made a stark, stirring backdrop for a high school production of the coming-of-age musical.
Residents at the New Jersey home, many former Broadway pros, got another turn in a staging of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream.’