This outdoor performance in Bushwick was a reminder of the joys of gathering, and of the magic of New York City.
The Idaho new-play development conference, usually an intense, immersive small-town experience, went virtual this year but kept its spirit intact.
Michel Hausmann has long used the Colony Theatre’s signage for tweet-length messages, and now each week he’s turning it over to Black writers.
With his Geffen Stayhouse show ‘The Present,’ the illusionist aims to make a connection among dazzled, far-flung audiences via Zoom.
With a little help from her friends and colleagues—and some crucical advance planning—Sara Brunow was able to take Asolo Rep’s theatre education online.
Theatre in the Grand Canyon State reflects the region’s unique challenges and opportunities.
Larissa FastHorse’s Cornerstone piece about L.A. County’s Native peoples wasn’t just adapted for Arizona—it was rebuilt from the ground up.
A Seattle-based production gives participants a stark look at the jarring, often dehumanizing reality inside U.S. immigration courts.
Theatre folks mourn closed shows and unseen work, and worry over the impact on emerging artists.
For the new show ‘Playwrights in the Newsroom,’ 2 Dallas artists trailed journalists and learned how and why they do their job.