Detroit Public Theatre’s production of Heather Raffo’s thorny drama about Chaldean Iraqi immigrants showed what true regional theatre can—and should—do.
More than just an immersive show about the senses, the new David Byrne/Mala Gaonkar experience in Denver has been built for folks of all sensory abilities.
For 25 years, this hugely influential program welcomed directors from all over the world to compare work and share practices. Is it really over?
Footsteps on the roof, mischief-making specters, self-opening doors, and more fill our annual Halloween anthology of tales from haunted theatres.
The latest entry in the new-play festival game, staged in August across 5 venues in an arts-centric town, had impressive local buy-in and enthusiastic full houses.
Back in August after a pandemic hiatus, the biennial gathering of Black theatremakers reclaimed its status as both a reunion and a showcase for new work.
Roughly equal parts joy and rigor have characterized his 20-year tenure as artistic director of this influential new-play incubator.
A news story about a performance in a Ukrainian bomb shelter inspired the U.S. theatre company Irondale to fly a young troupe over, putting human faces on harrowing headlines.
Scholars and fans gathered in Boston last month to consider, and reconsider, the contemporary and global relevance of the great, tormented American dramatist.
Over 3 days in Philly, dramaturgs and others who use dramaturgy in their work met to share best practices and new definitions.