Stateside companies form collaborations with theatres based in Mexico, and vice versa, creating a fertile dynamic for art and change.
Some companies that have made U.S./Mexico theatrical exchanges central to their work.
Art or social service? That’s a false choice for this small but committed L.A. theatre, where theatrical excellence and community service are inextricably intertwined.
Richard Engling’s ‘Afterlife Trilogy,’ inspired by his late friend Fern Chertkow, includes two novels and a new play, ‘Anna in the Afterlife.’
The company’s landmark recreation of the Weill/Gershwin/Hart musical from 1941 sets out to recapture the show’s original glamour.
American Theater Company’s docutheatre piece ‘The Project(s)’ takes up residence at the intersection of poverty, race and real estate.
When the sitcom’s rights holders came and knocked on his door, the playwright took legal action. Now a New York district court judge has ruled in his favor.
Two groups united in the fight for gender parity in the theatre joined forces for a reading series, and they’ve only just begun.
Two major critics diss a new play about graffiti and hip-hop culture, igniting a debate about privilege, race and who gets to tell young people’s stories.