As the nation’s outdoor theatres prepare to return to stages this summer, some have concerns about capacity and safety, while others are roaring back at full speed.
Some companies, eager to return to the stage, are building new ones outdoors, gambling that al fresco offerings will both serve and draw their communities.
How 3 theatres are shaping outdoor offerings to the needs and stories of the communities and spaces they live among.
Theatremakers in New York, Philadelphia, and Seattle are meeting audiences at the park, in the street, and all places in between.
When it comes to Shakespeare and Western classics, questions of legacy and belonging get raised when Black men take the stage—and the answers are increasingly clear and powerful.
The historic San Francisco venue will become the home of an immersive, acrobatic tribute to the city and its essence.
A former dancer, now on the board of the Performing Arts Alliance and Alternate ROOTS, Ramos is on a mission to redistribute the nation’s cultural bounty.
One of the regional theatre’s founding generation, he’s now back at the 43-year-old New Jersey company he co-founded.
From development directors to arts consultants, this edition’s focus is on folks who help generate the support for the making of theatre.
Jody Kuehner’s irreverent, form-breaking alter ego is back with a more contemplative but no less challenging new dance-theatre-film.