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.
The pandemic cut short the academic year for me and my high school theatre students, but we are finding ways to connect—and some silver linings.
How do you rehearse via Zoom and other online platforms? Training programs are figuring it out, scene by scene.
The digital program will give students the tools to create their own pieces of art using historical primary sources.
Academic theatre programs quickly adjust to remote learning in the age of COVID-19.
A new tour co-produced by La Jolla Playhouse and National Disability Theatre is educating students and participants on accessibility and disability rights.
A new play with music, based on a novel Stephen King pulled from circulation, sparks dialogue at the university where it’s premiering.
A festival of politically themed performances kicks off a program of civic engagement across disciplines.
How the agency and American Theatre Wing’s national musical theatre songwriting competition is supporting tomorrow’s creators today.