As she takes the reins of the Pace School of Performing Arts, she talks mentorship, marathons, and the future of the field.
The Dallas playwright, whose play ‘penny candy’ has just been published, talks about his city, his writing, and the busy intersection of the two.
The new artistic director of Mosaic Theater Company emphasizes creative collaboration and community development in his vision for the future.
This installment features theatre artists from around the country whose focus is on educating the next generation of theatremakers.
As La Jolla Playhouse’s new executive producer, Keen-Louie aims to keep pushing the field forward, not just for his current collaborators but for the next generation.
For the Broadway League’s first director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, action is going to be as important as words.
Last month Madison Mae Williams, a dramaturg with a focus on new plays, did the field proud in a national TV appearance.
She may be alone onstage for the performance, but she contains—and reflects—multitudes.
As she steps into a new role at D.C.’s Folger Theatre and Library, she’s focused on how a repurposed Bard can help build community.
In her successful soap writing career, she used new-play development skills she honed at the O’Neill and New York Theatre Workshop, among others.