A TYA radio play-turned-musical opens this weekend at the Kennedy Center, with accessibility and community at the forefront.
Alumni, faculty, and students from historically Black colleges and universities weigh in on how their training prepared them to take centerstage.
In Miami New Drama’s production of Tectonic Theater Project’s ‘Las Aventuras de Juan Planchard,’ Venezuelan artists told a story they couldn’t tell at home.
A daughter’s grief memoir on a Wisconsin farm, an Ireland-set comedy with roles for a large Santa Cruz ensemble, and a mall drama set in Portland.
As TCG’s executive director leaves, she reflects on 17 years distinguished by transformation, upheaval, and new opportunities to connect.
Two actors about to take big swings on stages in Chicago and St. Paul, Minn., respectively.
The writer of ‘Jaja’s African Hair Braiding’ talks about her process, her curiosity about characters, and her play’s heartening success.
In ‘La Broa” at Trinity Rep, based on oral histories from Rhode Island’s Latiné community, playwright Orlando Hernández is thinking locally and bilingually.