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.
3 theatres partner to introduce Quiara Alegría Hudes’s Elliot trilogy to the town with the nation’s fourth largest Hispanic/Latinx population.
New Orleans’s Goat in the Road Productions immersively restages an overlooked post-Civil War conflict.
Erik Lee Preminger recalls his life on the road with his famous mother, from hotel-room fried chicken to a gun-toting grandma—oh, and plenty of skin.
From the towering hats to the nostalgic songs, the beloved revue aimed for nothing but joy and hit that mark for decades.
A gathering last month in Georgia lifted up the work of Sharrell D. Luckett and Tia M. Shaffer, and their mentor, Freddie Hendricks, in developing empowering approaches for Black actors.
Atlanta isn’t the only Georgia city with a theatre scene: 100 miles south you can find live performance that’s vibrant, collaborative, and inclusive.