For the Pasadena Playhouse’s newest associate a.d., community engagement and theatremaking aren’t just entwined, they’re inseparable.
After a number of years and as many setbacks, a new musical of Barry Levinson’s buddy film hits the stage, with tunes by Sheryl Crow.
When Shaheen Vaaz set out to make ‘Dirty Talk,’ a show about sexual assault on campus, she had no idea how timely or how close to home it would be.
At various sites around LaMaMa, Talking Band’s new four-part show sees what the folks in the backroom will have.
The songwriter and performer behind the Joe’s Pub hit “Rock Bottom” chat about kitties, titties and raunchy ditties.
With “California: The Tempest,” the pioneering community-focused company is showcasing its influential methodology, as well as the institute it’s created to teach it to others.
For the nation’s theatre teaching artists, “arts education” is a redundant phrase. Their own lives and careers prove it.
Meet a cadre of artists and companies who put social, political and civic causes at the forefront of their work.
Can theatre for social change be taught? Here’s a roundup of theatre-studies programs where arts activism is on the syllabus.
Two new books on Alexander technique demonstrate both the power and the pitfalls of conveying a hands-on practice in written form.