In staging his 2020 memoir about his transmasculine journey, he’s incorporating new lessons and context, and doubling down on the love story.
After a career focused on breaking down barriers to access, Gaur is at the helm of an organization uniquely positioned to move that work forward.
The festival’s leader accounts for what has been lost and gained from the “divorce” from the Public Theater, and what this year’s multi-venue iteration has in store.
Looking back on his 21 years as the lead theatre critic in the nation’s capital, he says he most cherishes the light he was able to shine on shows, artists, and companies.
With a wealth of experience in arts administration and branding, Durantt joins her neighborhood theatre ready to help its next stage of growth.
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.
In her new Off-Broadway piece ‘Death, Let Me Do My Show,’ the actor-writer-songwriter frankly and funnily revisits the traumas and joys of the past 4 years.
The former executive director of Arkansas’s TheatreSquared has just taken the same job at Princeton’s McCarter Theatre Center, and he’s ready to open the gates.
Green-Rogers brings a dramaturgical approach to leadership roles at The Theatre School at DePaul and the Association for Theatre in Higher Education.