The 45-year-old Pennsylvania theatre will also initiate a national search to fill out its senior artistic leadership team.
A new print monthly—yes, you read that right—is positioning itself to cover the field as it reemerges in coming years.
Glynn Turman, Colman Domingo, and Michael Potts talk about the new film of August Wilson’s breakthrough play.
Four Black dramaturgs who worked on Geva’s new audio-play festival talk about their work and their hopes for the field.
The theatre’s new artistic director talks about the forward-looking legacy she inherits, and about how post-pandemic theatres may resemble startups.
His new play, debuting virtually via Cutting Ball Theater, envisions a world beyond conflict and judgment, which for him is a kind of realism.
As an experienced leader taking the helm of a unique American theatre institution, she finds it uniquely suited to her gifts.
Solís, who has been leading a BIPOC Critics Lab on his own steam, will lead one under Kennedy Center’s auspices next month.
In his last interview, he talks about the Negro Ensemble Company’s heady heyday, and its influential Playwrights’ Workshop.
In her first year at the Twin Cities theatre, a series of crises offered opportunities for allyship and community-building.