The writer of ‘The Ghosts of Lote Bravo’ talks about embracing her heritage and depicting the pain of exploited women.
After leading a big transition at Portland Center Stage, he’s making one of his own to take the reins at Denver Center Theatre Company.
A development staffer digs into the realities of fundraising, and a Portland arts writer reports on his town’s arts space crunch.
From the first woman in a ‘breeches’ role to the Wooster Group’s Arthur Miller acid test, February was an eventful month on U.S. stages.
From an IT director to a sound/media designer, from a scenic artist to an administrator, check out this month’s cohort of theatre people you should know.
Ireland will reprise her role in Martyna Majok’s ‘Ironbound’ this month at Geffen Playhouse.
Theatres have banded together to fight the city’s rising rents, but civic and private support doesn’t hurt.
Dos and don’ts for making your annual fundraising bash rewarding, in all senses.
As funding for the arts shifts inexorably from corporations to individuals, can theatres maintain their edge?
Artistic directors are increasingly involved in fundraising. Is that now officially part of the job description?