Inclusive practices around sobriety help everyone struggling with addiction, but especially people of color in recovery.
As companies head toward reopening with an eye on institutional change, many former employees are feeling left behind.
Phamaly Theatre Company’s upcoming production of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ rings in a new era for the Denver company.
She’s been a yoga teacher for the past half century, but in the 1960s she was a busy triple threat in New York.
This month features memorable moments in the lives of Federica García Lorca, Bertolt Brecht, and William S. Yellow Robe Jr.
A Lebanese theatremaker putting down roots in San Francisco, Assaf brings to her new job a global perspective and an open door.
Its leader Brian Clowdus, who allegedly prized spectacle over safety, has eluded consequences and gone on to reinvent himself as a Trumpist impresario.
To his HIV-focused ‘Write It Out!’ program, Donja R. Love adds a historic playwrights’ prize and plans a new intergenerational workshop.
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What will the union’s new Open Access mean for the theatre industry? Here’s our stab at an explainer.