This month: training for directors, IP for non-writers, the state of queer theatre, diversiyfing theatre training, and West African stages.
From a computer wiz to a sculptor, from a playwright to a professor, check out this month’s cohort of theatre workers you should know.
Playwrights have well-established protections for their work, but how about directors and designers?
Why one reader prefers Philly’s 1812 Productions to ‘SNL,’ and others fear for the future of criticism.
How Denver’s Off-Center program turned a Jazz Age nervous breakdown into an immersive spectacle.
What is our commitment to experimentation, and to leading the field in this area?
A look behind the scenes of an immersive musical, and a survey of generative directors.
In Senegal and Cote d’Ivoire, theatre persists despite declining government support and lingering questions about who it’s for.
From early theatre for young audiences to the creation of the Asian Multi Media Center, January’s theatrical milestones started the year with a bang.
The theatre in Plano, Texas shuttered in December after more than two decades. We speak to its artistic director, who is moving back overseas.