For 23 years this Miami theatre has made short-form theatre a priority, a specialty, and something of a superpower.
After honing an engaged producerial approach at the Public Theater, she takes the helm of Baltimore’s Center Stage.
A conversation with the playwright of ‘Cry it Out,’ a comedy/drama about bonds and conflicts among neighbors with young children.
From the deadliest theatre fire in U.S. history to a young Tennessee Williams’s fateful move to New Orleans, December was a momentous month.
A 500-year-old Mexican American tradition is going strong, honoring tradition while picking up topical inflections along the way.
From emerging talents to unsung veterans, our regular Role Call feature shines a light on folks you ought to know.
10 plays by women of color running Off-Broadway at one time may not seem momentous, until you realize we’ve never seen it before.
The company in St. Thomas, by surviving hurricanes Irma and Maria, helped its fellow islanders survive it too.
A historic gathering for theatres of color in St. Louis turned out to be a powerful and unexpectedly timely convening.
For Monica White Ndounou, diversifying pedagogy and the canon isn’t just an obligation, it’s an opportunity.