From Broadway’s first three-act play by a Black writer to the beginning of TheatreWorks Silicon Valley and August Wilson’s second Pulitzer, past Aprils included an array of theatrical milestones.
A number of canceled shows from San Diego to Phoenix were recorded before the pandemic shutdown, and now you can watch them at home.
Though we’re cut off for the time being from our greatest source of strength, human kindness will get us through this crisis.
The legendary director has had a Zelig-like journey through the culture, from regional theatre to Hollywood, Strasberg to Grotowski.
It’s just one set and three characters (very producible!), but the world probably doesn’t ever need to see this family dramedy.
From a technical director in California to a community connector in New York, here are some theatre workers to have on your radar.
If a dramaturg’s job is to be a great unifier, what can there be to do in this time of great separation?
Through the fear and uncertainty of an open-ended pandemic, it’s crucial to take time to reconnect with yourself and your surroundings.
If we can’t have theatre until we can gather again safely, what are U.S. theatres and artists going to do in the meantime, and after?
A Nairobi initiative shows what African artists can learn from American musical theatre, and vice versa.