Louisville’s burgeoning indie scene is attracting—and increasingly keeping—a flock of eager theatremakers.
In a new exhibit for Atlanta’s Center for Civil and Human Rights, the New York director highlights the theatricality, and the drama, of the Civil Rights Movement.
Tricklock Company of New Mexico hosts its annual Revolutions Festival, which brings local and international theatre together in remarkable and challenging work.
New Mexico struggles to make its mark in theatre with more and more companies coming to the fore.
It’s a place where home-grown writers and local issues make theatrical headlines.
The door to professionalism has cracked open. Will the Tennessee city’s artists and audiences step through?
At Alabama Shakespeare Festival’s annual gathering, new plays grow with a distinctly regional flair.
Excursions into the human psyche were de rigueur at this year’s Humana.
A once-shaky Midwestern arts community is replanting its resources on firmer ground.
Theatre, the original social media, meets its digital counterparts in form-breaking new live/virtual experiments.