When the L.A. theatre announced a season light on women playwrights, a protest led to change and greater transparency.
Five producers gather to talk about what they do and the power they hold to make change.
Pandemic delays allowed the Chicago theatre to rethink their both production process and the meaning of the play, with strong input from their lead actor.
She may be alone onstage for the performance, but she contains—and reflects—multitudes.
For Hispanic Heritage Month, four Latinx/Latine play festival producers talk about their vision for a more expansive and inclusive American theatre.
Formerly the Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company, this Twin Cities mainstay is dedicated to new work rooted in Jewish culture.
As she steps into a new role at D.C.’s Folger Theatre and Library, she’s focused on how a repurposed Bard can help build community.
From a warning against home-grown fascism to an R&H revisal, from WOW Café to slam poetry.
In her successful soap writing career, she used new-play development skills she honed at the O’Neill and New York Theatre Workshop, among others.
2 new documentaries look at Broadway as it was, while a third gives us a glimpse of our possible post-COVID future.