How an artist rescued a pandemic-cancelled gig and turned it into a performative museum residency all about playfulness, provocation, and healing.
When SpeakEasy Stage Company puts on plays featuring cross-cultural currents and racial conflicts, Kira Troilo’s consulting work proves crucial.
A new Brooklyn performance space is trying a $25-a-month model, a la Netflix or Hulu—a box-office experiment that could in turn facilitate theatrical experiments.
Help is on the way, but while there are resources available, no single expert is going to explain or fix it all for you.
Artistic leaders at the Playwright Realm writers’ service organization talk about how, when, and whether to send your work for consideration.
Nationwide readings on the scourge of guns brought pandemic-isolated theatre folks together for a common cause—and the momentum may continue.
The title, ‘The Show Must Go Online!,’ is self-explanatory, but this new virtual musical still requires teachers, parents, and students to get in on the act.
The assistive devices, now being tested at People’s Light in Pennsylvania, offer a new way for hard-of-hearing patrons to fully enjoy the theatre.
What Arkansas Rep learned after it suspended operations last year and turned itself around.
Whether the weapons are real or fake, part of the show or not, your theatre needs to be prepared.