A return to the Grand Canyon State, and a profile of a Magic Theatre leader.
From ‘Our Town’ in the town that inspired it and the world’s first air-conditioned theatre to work by Rose McClendon and Spiderwoman Theater, June has been a hot month for theatre.
A conversation with the writer of ‘Greater Clements’ about political plays, the dramatic form, and Idaho.
Theatre in the Grand Canyon State reflects the region’s unique challenges and opportunities.
Theatre is on pause for the foreseeable future, but we plan to stay on the job.
Knowing Diane Rodriguez was like inhabiting an adventure story whose protagonist hatches big plans and invites you to come along.
From the first Black character on a U.S. stage and a fire at NYC’s Park Theatre to the birth of the Guthrie in Minneapolis and a protest in D.C., May has been a notable month for theatre.
After 25 years at the helm of Atlanta’s Theatrical Outfit, Key is ready for his next act.
Folks to have on your radar: an experimental puppeteer, an actor who’s a resident artist, a playwright exploring queer Latinx identity, and more.
The outgoing artistic director made San Francisco’s Magic Theatre an artistic home for all.