The latest installment of TCG’s annual industry report finds companies adapting to a changing world and connecting with their communities.
The arts are central to community life, and many theatres are pioneers in civic engagement.
The ‘Frozen’ songwriter makes her Main Stem debut with ‘In Transit,’ the first a cappella musical on the Great White Way.
From the first performances of Baltimore’s Vagabond Players, L.A.’s Teatro Principal, and NYC’s Roundabout to designer Tharon Musser’s Broadway debut, November was a memorable month for theatre.
From a Taekwondo artist turned production manager to a costume and scenic designer inspired by figurative painting, here are some theatre folks to have on your radar.
In costuming Matthew Lopez’s play at Arden Theatre, it was important to show the process of getting into drag.
Artists build the imaginary worlds of the stage; producers and managers build the actual worlds where imaginations can play.
Harold Prince has always made work that matters to him—and most often to a wide audience.
The theatre in Portland, Ore., joins the organization for national profile—and local leadership on wages.
What nonprofit managers and commercial producers can learn from each other, and pass on.