In a big night for New York Theatre Workshop, ‘What the Constitution Means to Me’ and ‘Hurricane Diane’ were among top winners.
How Children’s Theatre and Actor’s Theatre joined to commission interlocking plays from Steven Dietz for their various audiences.
The future of the United States runs through South Florida stages.
St. Louis’s Prison Performing Arts helps young inmates discover and rediscover their creative and interactive selves.
How could any single show carry so much of the island’s pain and triumph? By unleashing a hurricane of pride and love.
For 23 years this Miami theatre has made short-form theatre a priority, a specialty, and something of a superpower.
The artist-in-residence at Massachusetts’s Mount Auburn Cemetery is charged with bringing the site’s rich history to life.
How co-artistic directors Faye Price and Noël Raymond of the Minneapolis theatre organization infuse the arts into everyday life.
How Atlanta’s flagship theatre planned and staged an entire season off-campus, and what they learned about their city and their audience in the bargain.
An adaptation of the Washington Irving tale hit close to home for Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival’s Full Circle program.