Though her musical of ‘The Bedwetter’ has been postponed, the standup’s stage appetite has clearly been whetted.
Advocating for parent artists and modeling a more inclusive world.
How ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ grew beyond its downtown roots and changed musical theatre for good.
The founder of Harlem’s National Black Theatre strove to make art that would liberate and heal.
A Seattle-based production gives participants a stark look at the jarring, often dehumanizing reality inside U.S. immigration courts.
From Broadway’s first three-act play by a Black writer to the beginning of TheatreWorks Silicon Valley and August Wilson’s second Pulitzer, past Aprils included an array of theatrical milestones.
From a technical director in California to a community connector in New York, here are some theatre workers to have on your radar.
In the midst of a growing pandemic, the interconnectivity of the global theatre community can be a source of strength and hope.
A Nairobi initiative shows what African artists can learn from American musical theatre, and vice versa.
Among the best practices that are central to our field: taking care of the caregivers.