The role changes and transitions taking place at theatre’s across the country this month.
The Getty Villa presents a new take on the Greek classic.
The door to professionalism has cracked open. Will the Tennessee city’s artists and audiences step through?
A note from American Theatre’s editor, Jim O’Quinn, on the September 2013 issue.
The actor/playwright speaks explains how her play about Zimbabwe’s colonial history is surprisingly personal.
David Farr’s ‘The Heart of Robin Hood’ and Greg Banks’s ‘Robin Hood’ render Sherwood Forest with tinges of feminism and Occupy Wall Street.
Theatre Communications Group executive director talks about the 2013 conference and her takeaways from the convening.
The Chicago company has ventured into theatre for infants and toddlers with its newly renovated space, the aptly named Little Theatre.
His increasingly popular works run the gamut from hilarious to heartfelt, with a touch of macabre.
Designers and seasoned photographers unite to produce, of all things, a new paper magazine.