From the first remote-controlled light board to the founding of the Alley Theatre, November has been a notable month in theatre.
From a Chicago set designer to a scribe in Atlanta, from a Seattle director to an operations manager in New York City, here are some people to have on your radar.
Readers respond to a provocative play about race and to a searching essay about theatrical heartbreak.
Our current political moment both evokes theatrical analogies and provokes theatrical responses.
Facing censorship and worse in post-revolution Cairo, theatremakers resist and persist.
A piece on theatremaking while parenting, and one on intimacy direction, both fit the month’s Best Practices theme.
Peer-to-peer learning has always been at the foundation of our field, and is one of the key ways TCG fulfills its mission and purpose.
The key word here isn’t ‘best’ but ‘practices,’ emphasis on the plural.
Theatre artists with kids may struggle to find a livable balance, but increasingly they’re not struggling alone.
Sex scenes require as much careful choreography as fights or dances, especially in the #MeToo era. Is your rehearsal room ready to go there?