Though he ran a magazine based in New York City, he tirelessly—and uniquely—spread the love around the entire national theatre scene.
The founding editor of American Theatre did everything with gusto, including mentoring two generations of theatre journalists.
The new fellowship connects BIPOC designers with performing arts organizations, with funding from Disney Live Entertainment.
South Coast Rep’s play reading series will return, along with a new program bringing play readings to UC Irvine.
At the national theatre magazine he founded in 1984, he spent decades covering and celebrating artists and companies in the U.S. and around the world.
In its second year, the fellowship named for the late Congo Square Theatre artistic director will pair a Windy City theatre with a director for a residency.
AI, mixed reality, and Smartwear technology are among the draws at Transforma Theatre’s women-driven festival.
In a new partnership and reparative grant, the collective will become the key resident company at the downtown New York theatre.
After a record year of gun violence in the U.S., the latest iteration of the nationwide campaign aims to give young people another chance to dramatize their feelings about it.
Cale will develop a new work as part of the Hemingway writer-in-residence program at Sun Valley’s Community Library.