One sign of a shift in traditionally Eurocentric theatre training practices: ‘Black Acting Methods’ was the best-selling theatre book this past summer.
Teens from the Rose Theater’s conservatory camp share takeaways from a virtual production of ‘Frankenstein.’
As students return this fall, university theatre programs look to new technologies and safety protocols.
The Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing at Emory University is researching safety protocols that could help Atlanta theatres eventually reopen.
Theatre students and alumni join the anti-racist groundswell in the U.S. theatre to pen statements speaking up about their experiences and demanding change.
Willa Kim Scholarship recipients are using it to supplement their costume design skills, from watercolor painting to digital rendering.
The title, ‘The Show Must Go Online!,’ is self-explanatory, but this new virtual musical still requires teachers, parents, and students to get in on the act.
Working with Facebook and an Oculus Quest headset, NYU students explore the possibility of staging theatre via virtual reality.
Technology is a scene partner in a new made-for-Zoom version of Qui Nguyen’s action-adventure comedy at the University of Maryland.
How U.S. theatres are innovating and adapting to stay connected with the young people they typically serve with in-person programs and classes.