2 new books about Sarah Bernhardt, Eleonora Duse, and Harry Watkins shows the life of a 19th-century actor was filled with acclaim and alcoholism in equal measure.
International Women’s Day, World Theatre Day, 400 Years of Inequality, and others offer opportunities for the field to mark our history this month and beyond.
Efforts to diversify the popular and influential form are no laughing matter.
The Tony-winning director looks back on his leadership at True Colors, what’s next for him, and why he loves the Atlanta theatre scene.
Reports from a Black theatre summit and from a warzone in Gaza.
Even after their building was destroyed by Israeli airstrikes, the actors and artists of ASHTAR Theatre keep the show going.
From an arts activist in Pennsylvania to a dialect designer in Arizona, from a performer in New Orleans to a props master in New York City, here are some theatre workers to have on your radar.
From the Broadway debut of ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ to the beginnings of Lexington Children’s Theatre, Crossroads Theatre Company, and the Theater Offensive, March was a memorable month.
The success of Black artists should be good for Black theatres, but too often there’s a disconnect.
The nation’s African American theatres are as various as the experiences and regions they represent, though they share some common goals and hurdles.