Among the bounty of items in the Ransom Center’s exhibit about the Bard will be the assassin’s script for ‘Richard III.’
Dublin Theatre Festival attracted more than 50,000 people to an 18-day festival in Ireland’s capital city this fall.
Whether telling her own story or others’, the playwright/performer brings her full presence and the truth of her imagination to the jam.
Looking back on a year of flourishing and hard conversations, and looking forward to more.
In trying to strike a healthier work/life balance for their staff and artists, theatres find that flexibility, space, and planning are key.
A small but powerful theatre in Pasadena has become a national new-play force, but it’s facing new challenges at home.
From flash mobs to Excel spreadsheets, from velvet pipes to meticulous props, this month’s stage folks make it happen.
According to University of Maryland’s ‘Diversity in the Arts’ study, mainstream theatres report higher revenue and expenses than theatres of color.
From a Thanksgiving comedy, to exciting new hires, to ‘Scrooge in Love!’, five theatre artists preview what they’re working on, and what they’re looking forward to.
From the first bow of Washington, D.C.’s National Theatre to the premiere of Beth Henley’s ‘Crimes of the Heart,’ here are some notable dates in December.