Recent stagings of ‘Fannie Lou Hamer, Speak On It!’ showed the possibility—and stringent protocols—of pandemic-era live theatre.
How Baldwin Wallace University turned a ‘Totally Fucked’ year into an opportunity to film a virtual production of the rock musical.
Some companies are experimenting with innovative ways to stay connected to their patrons, but will the lessons stick past the pandemic?
The theatre’s new artistic director talks about the forward-looking legacy she inherits, and about how post-pandemic theatres may resemble startups.
At Long Wharf Theatre’s recent ‘Artistic Congress’ convening, two leading playwright/activists shared their dreams and demands for the theatre field.
From Sarah Bernhardt’s U.S. debut to the founding of Mabou Mines, November has been a historic theatre month.
With apprenticeships on hold, the inequities of the model face fresh scrutiny.
Gathering in a time of isolation is something queer artists know all too well, as well as the sacred, life-saving power of sharing space and stories.
Sentient elevators, a mysterious observer, a life-saving phantom, and more fill our annual roundup of tales from haunted theatres.
How companies across the U.S. are using their talents and networks to encourage and help folks make their voices heard.