Theatres find new ways to relate to immigrant and refugee communities, not only as audiences but as partners.
So much American theatre, from O’Neill to Udofia, has been inspired by the stories of playwrights’ immigrant parents.
Theatre practitioners met in Milwaukee for the Intersections Summit, a three-day conference on community justice work. What did they take home with them?
Our engagement efforts will fall short if we don’t ask who we’re serving and why—and consider a new model to reach new goals.
She brings an administrative brain to a small, hardy new-play company on the verge of an upgrade.
Do a crop of inward-looking new plays about white privilege represent a step forward, or are they an expression of privilege in themselves?
As a director, he’s interested in how people act on each other; he also has a visual instinct. Both came in handy for ‘Three Tall Women.’
How the Tony-nominated director makes space for women of color in the theatre, not just herself.
The long-standing distance between a mother and her son is not quite closed in this new play about grief, guilt, and longing.
GalaPro, now in 12 Broadway theatres, could make every performance accessible to Deaf and low-vision audiences.