From Teller’s ‘Tempest’ to plays from Andrew Hinderaker and the House Theatre of Chicago, magicians are finding new ways to use their illusions.
The New Orleans-based studio founded by local Jeff Becker will house 3 theatre ensembles and focus on design-driven productions.
From the last Ziegfeld Follies to At the Foot of the Mountain’s rise to national prominence, July was a hot month for theatre.
Was Marissa Chibas’s CalArts project about immigration documentary or fantasy, scripted or devised? Yes.
African American theatre is distinct, distinguished, and fully deserving of the kind of funding and respect too often reserved for white culture and institutions.
In igniting fierce debates about casting, funding, and racial equity, August Wilson’s 1996 keynote anticipated many of the arguments we’re still having.
Why reprint a 20-year-old speech? Less to show how far we’ve come (or not) than to marvel at what a great artist still has to say to us now.
Actors Theatre of Louisville brought ordinary reality to new heights in Ruhl’s latest play, which is a tribute to her mother.
This coming Sunday the Tony Awards will again overlook the contributions of sound designers—an absence that screams louder each year.
The late TCG staffer and ITI-U.S. director imbued her work with joie de vivre and love.