A report on the rise of Native theatre, and a look at new accessibility technology.
The long-standing distance between a mother and her son is not quite closed in this new play about grief, guilt, and longing.
GalaPro, now in 12 Broadway theatres, could make every performance accessible to Deaf and low-vision audiences.
The theatre’s new artistic director hopes to make it a home for new plays and a wide range of voices that reflect Los Angeles.
From a choral composer to a classics adapter, from a Boston dramaturg to a Chicago writer/performer, here are some theatre folks who should be on your radar.
Creating a safe and inclusive working environment should be a high a priority as any other policy or program within our organizations.
From African-American Shakespeareans to Federal Theatre Project infotainment about syphilis, April was an eventful month in the theatre.
How theatre in the college town 25 miles from Denver is rising to the occasion—and raising the stakes for the region.
The English dame holds forth on ‘My Fair Lady’ and its problems, pay equity, and the time Albee didn’t like her performance.
What gives this 19th-century Norwegian’s plays their lasting power? ‘Power’ is the operative word.