The series will kick off with Yunior Garcia’s ‘Jacuzzi.’
More than just an immersive show about the senses, the new David Byrne/Mala Gaonkar experience in Denver has been built for folks of all sensory abilities.
The drama program at Houston’s Carver School, led by Roshunda Jones-Koumba, recently enjoyed an inspiring, forward-looking master class with CMU faculty.
The ‘Real Women Have Curves’ playwright talks about ‘Remembering Boyle Heights,’ a new ensemble-devised play collecting the stories of her L.A. community.
The program director of the Black Theatre Coalition succeeds Cassie Greer as leader of the Oregon company.
December brought the premieres of a powerful Pulitzer-winning drama, a Yiddish play by a prolific Jewish playwright, and a docudrama about a flashpoint in U.S. history.
One of the nation’s most prolific living playwrights celebrates the theatre that has sustained him, and asks that it recommit to, and expand, its support for new work.
A Pulitzer finalist for ‘Kristina Wong, Sweatshop Overlord,’ she will create a new work about food insecurity as the first recipient of a new award from En Garde Arts.
The artistic director has served 17 seasons and produced 88 shows at the Northern California theatre.
Writer Sarah Ruhl and director Rebecca Taichman talk about how they’re crafting ‘Becky Nurse of Salem,’ a new play about witches and women’s power.