New models don’t ‘grow on trees.’ As 2010s in theatre demonstrate, they begin in ambition and risk.
How the endowment and American Theatre Wing’s national musical theatre songwriting competition is supporting tomorrow’s creators today.
The assistive devices, now being tested at People’s Light in Pennsylvania, offer a new way for hard-of-hearing patrons to fully enjoy the theatre.
From a scenic artist in California to a casting director in Washington, D.C., here are some theatre workers to have on your radar.
The new show ‘Maybe Happy Ending’ at the Alliance in Atlanta puts a fresh East-West spin on the American musical.
From the birth of Barrymore ancestor Louisa Lane to an honor for Maya drama ‘Rabinal Achí,’ January started the year with a range of theatrical milestones.
The ‘Arrested Development’ and ‘Veep’ actor lives in the moment for Will Eno’s ‘Wakey, Wakey’ at ACT in San Francisco.
A look at a new kind of graduate training, and at one versatile artist who’s taken the plunge.
As the walls among mediums begin to tumble, so too the boundaries separating training programs.
As dramatists begin to write for all media, the nation’s playwriting programs are starting to teach beyond the stage.