The subject of our September cover is a fiercely individual American master.
The author of ‘He Brought Her Heart Back in a Box’ talks about the play’s inspiration, her extraordinary parents, and her love for literature and old movies.
How the playwright led a cohort of young writers to a threshold—and what lay beyond it.
Colleagues and former students of the playwright share how she helped shape their lives and work.
Well, maybe not anywhere—but here are 6 cities where theatre workers can thrive outside NYC, L.A., or Chicago.
Injuries are part of the gig, but performers shouldn’t be expected to give till it literally hurts.
Been injured on the job? Here’s a partial list of service organizations, health care specialists, and legal services.
Juggling a theatre career and a day job shouldn’t be a playwright’s shame, it should be claimed as a superpower. Here are some tips for how to balance both, and how it can improve your art.
For house managers and theatre services directors, the work is invisible but rewarding.
You can get your financial house in order, even in the face of debt and fluctuating income. (The alternative: greater debt and uncertainty.)