This year’s 6th annual Latiné festival prepares to crack open the possibilities of the American theatre with ‘un poquito de todo.’
Long associated with the New York-based Phoenix Theater, she went to work as a general manager on several Broadway and Off-Broadway shows.
Box office isn’t the main revenue source for most nonprofit theatres, nor is pricing the biggest barrier for most patrons—but both sides of this exchange could benefit from more transparency.
Theatres are increasingly turning to partnerships to shoulder the costs of large productions, but that’s not the only benefit of this industry practice.
How a 68-seat cultural gem on the Jersey shore has stood the test of time for the sake of new plays.
How 2 directors on either side of the U.S./Mexico border created a traveling theatre piece that both demystifies and complicates the stories of fronterizos.
As the fall season gets under way, Chicago’s theatre scene offers plenty to be excited about, even as issues in the field continue to bubble under the surface.
As the Congo Square executive director dons a new leadership hat for the African American Arts Alliance of Chicago, she’s centering community and the needs of Chicago’s Black artists.
At La MaMa last spring, the two directors gathered to talk about actors, audiences, censorship, dislocation, and the haven of the rehearsal room.
Bringing together activists, citizens, and theatremakers to dramatize extraction’s impact on local communities, this unique theatre project has created a community all its own.