This L.A.-focused roundup includes a writer-director, a patron services manager, a scenic painter, an actor who’s also a marketing director, and more.
In his latest play, published in full in our Fall print edition, the writer/performer probes implicit ableism and the assumptions we make about people we’ll never really know.
With a wealth of experience in arts administration and branding, Durantt joins her neighborhood theatre ready to help its next stage of growth.
The Spanish dramatist, now in residency with NYC’s PlayCo, talks about his love for Pinter, his close work with translators, and the radical transformations made possible by live theatre.
How one iconic Chicago theatre photographer captures the ‘now’ not only with his camera but with his whole body and soul.
For this New York City-based costume designer and trans activist, artistry and protest are intertwined.
A Pennsylvania-based director with a busy season ahead, and a Seattle-based writer and performer with strong point of view and a solo mini-tour.
As the Congo Square executive director dons a new leadership hat for the African American Arts Alliance of Chicago, she’s centering community and the needs of Chicago’s Black artists.
At La MaMa last spring, the two directors gathered to talk about actors, audiences, censorship, dislocation, and the haven of the rehearsal room.
In a triptych of plays, now onstage in Santa Monica, Calif., the Ukrainian playwright responds with ferocity to the invasion of his country.