As we look back on a challenging year, we see a field continuing its push to create a new, better ‘normal.’
For the final podcast of the year, the editors plumb the year-end thoughts and feelings of critics from the New York Times and the San Francisco Chronicle.
The company’s glittering new $60 million building, long in the works, puts the emphasis on multidisciplinary programming and Irish hospitality.
As ‘Clyde’s’ prepares for a Broadway-level simulcast, a smaller theatre upstate highlights some of the difficulties and benefits of this hybrid approach.
Already in his short time so far at D.C.’s Shakespeare Theatre Company, Simon Godwin has striven to redefine the stage canon.
Without the brand name of well-known IP, Broadway musicals are increasingly finding that releasing albums early is a route to the stage, and to fans’ hearts.
The songwriter talks about adapting his beloved Muppet musical for the stage, about never growing up, and about the things you can learn from an audience.
From Stephen Sondheim preparing for ‘West Side Story’ to the legacy of Margo Jones, from one of theatre’s worst fires to P.T. Barnum’s American Museum.
The new artistic director of Mosaic Theater Company emphasizes creative collaboration and community development in his vision for the future.
For theatre helmers Bartlett Sher and Mary Zimmerman, who both have shows in the new Met season, the music is the leader they follow.