As theatres scrap training programs that have often been more exploitive than educational in favor of paid positions, entry-level work may grow both scarcer and more equitably accessible.
The 3 women who’ve played this pivotal Sondheim/Lapine role on Broadway talk about who she is, what she learns, and oh—by the way, does she have a name?
The staff, board, and artists at New York’s Ensemble Studio Theatre share the good, bad, and ugly of what it is taking to transform their institution.
A new festival set for the fall will feature 6 new works by trans, non-binary, and two-spirit artists, as well as an evening 15 new monologues from the TNB2S+ community.
As part of THRIVE! program, the grants will provide unrestricted funds to 20 Black theatres, Indigenous theatres, and theatres of color.
Fair criticism is one thing, but the vitriol directed at the ‘Funny Girl’ star, or at anyone who dared to celebrate her historic casting, felt personal.
The recent unveiling of Alison Saar’s sculpture ‘To Sit A While’ kicked off a national tour to raise awareness of this great American writer and the many who follow in the path she paved.
Over nearly 5 decades, the co-founder of Spiderwoman Theater has harnessed great if under-acknowledged power, and has felt an accordingly great sense of responsibility.
This year’s conference features plays by Brie Knight, Santiago Tonauac Castro, Ken Kaissar, Ian August, Nimisha Ladva, and Stephanie Kyung Sun Walter.
Theatremakers Miranda Cornell, Thaddeus McCants, Aileen Wen McGroddy, Attilio Rigotti, Andrew Rodriguez, and Minghao Tu will receive support to develop projects, theatre tickets, research, or travel.