Inspired by the story of a DREAMer from Arizona, a new musical makes a humanizing case for the undocument immigrants whose rights he now advocates for.
A new musical based on Agee’s ‘Death in the Family’ from Ahrens, Flaherty, and Galati debuts at Florida’s Asolo Rep, almost exactly 2 years after COVID shut it down.
A new exhibit at the August Wilson African American Cultural Center in the writer’s hometown of Pittsburgh immerses visitors in the world of his plays, as well as the world around them.
Far from simply preaching tolerance among Jews, Christians, and Muslims, this 18th-century comic fable insists on true inclusion and fellowship.
For 50 years, Su Teatro Culture and Performing Arts Center has been a Denver-area home for storytelling, learning, and community engagement.
Appropriately enough, Josh Wilder’s play about the water crisis is having its world premiere in the Michigan city where it happened.
From Arkansas to Harlem, theatres are using lobbies, rooftops, exhibition spaces, and more to expand the ways they can gather and engage their communities.
No, it’s not March 2020 all over again, but the latest COVID-19 variant has theatres struggling with some familiar dilemmas of safety and scheduling.
The New York festival showcases developing directors in a bill that also includes plays by Aditi Brennan Kapil, Caryl Churchill, and Aimé Césaire.
Lovers, friends, and colleagues gathered in New Orleans to celebrate the founding editor’s open mind, questing spirit, and the delights he shared with the world.