A critic from Beijing penned a Chinese theatre overview, and an academic from Washington, D.C., traced a high-stakes literary adaptation.
From the first theatre in North America to the birth of Margo Jones’s Theatre ’47 and VASTA’s first conference, June was a hot month for theatrical milestones.
Lighting designer Emmett H. Buhmann explains how he lit a lecture hall so that it looks like a theatre for Company One’s new production.
Theatre is for the people, and it plays a critical role in lifting up our voices; I know because it’s lifted mine.
From the births of lighting designer Stanley McCandless and playwright Velina Hasu Houston to August Wilson’s last play, May was a memorable month for theatre.
How the versatile actor/playwright is shaping Toni Morrison’s complicated, multivocal novel for the stage.
Her new musical ‘Bella’ is a tall tale about an unlikely Old West heroine.
From a dramaturg in Colorado to a composer in San Francisco, here are some theatre workers to have on your radar.
With ‘Best of Enemies,’ New Stage Theatre in Jackson, Miss., confronted its audience with an unexpectedly timely tale of racial reconciliation.
A representative of stage directors responds to a story in which we offered a peek into the pocketbooks of theatre artists.