Spoiler: The new bio-musical series isn’t just great TV, it also makes a case for more inclusive storytelling.
Commonwealth Shakespeare Company has teamed with Google to make an immersive virtual-reality adaptation, viewed by a ghostly roving camera.
Nikki Toombs of Atlanta’s True Colors Theatre Company and Tanya Mote from Denver’s Su Teatro share how engagement and education work fits their theatres’ missions.
The new Spielberg film celebrates the freedom of the press, but a 1992 docudrama on the same subject delved deeper.
Going beyond just projecting videos, new hybrid works like ‘Helen Lawrence’ and ‘The Return’ are live events mediated by digital technology.
With a new mobile app, TodayTix aims to change ticket-buying habits and attract more audiences to the theatre.
The Mint Theater’s ‘London Wall’ kicks off a local PBS show highlighting intimate New York stage offerings.
Laurie Stone reviews a new book on Sam Shepard and Johnny Dark’s relationship.
The words and music of an American master get a fresh read, and they’re as impossible, and transformative, as ever.
The ease and speed of digital solutions for the stage is creating new possibilities—and raising new questions about how to train artists for such a rapidly evolving field.