The assistive devices, now being tested at People’s Light in Pennsylvania, offer a new way for hard-of-hearing patrons to fully enjoy the theatre.
Adapting the Sanskrit epic into two-part spectacle for the Shaw Festival, Ravi Jain goes back to the beginning—and imagines the end.
From a scenic artist in California to a casting director in Washington, D.C., here are some theatre workers to have on your radar.
The new show ‘Maybe Happy Ending’ at the Alliance in Atlanta puts a fresh East-West spin on the American musical.
Erik Lee Preminger recalls his life on the road with his famous mother, from hotel-room fried chicken to a gun-toting grandma—oh, and plenty of skin.
From the birth of Barrymore ancestor Louisa Lane to an honor for Maya drama ‘Rabinal Achí,’ January started the year with a range of theatrical milestones.
From the towering hats to the nostalgic songs, the beloved revue aimed for nothing but joy and hit that mark for decades.
The ‘Arrested Development’ and ‘Veep’ actor lives in the moment for Will Eno’s ‘Wakey, Wakey’ at ACT in San Francisco.
Though his 1982 hit ‘A Soldier’s Play’ is now on Broadway, its writer’s only real ambition has been to tell the truth about people he’d never seen onstage.
As dramatists begin to write for all media, the nation’s playwriting programs are starting to teach beyond the stage.