A mix of familiar and new titles, of challenge and comfort, characterizes this year’s lists, the first this magazine has done since 2019.
This busy writer-director, known for new works, is now staging ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ at the Public, but it’s more a case of continuing a legacy of Black iconoclasm than a new career phase.
How a small theatre in Phoenix, now embarking on an all-BIPOC season, is challenging its local colleagues to do better.
Broadway producers Ron Simons and Hunter Arnold talk about the changes they’ve seen (and been a part of) in their field, and point to the changes that are still needed.
Theatre folks from Alaska to Ohio to Misssissippi tell us where they’re seeing the most change and what they’d like to see on a stage in the coming season.
What does it mean for a venerable 57-year-old regional theatre to become itinerant? The answer matters beyond New Haven.
The itinerant experiment at Long Wharf Theatre can be a model for other theatres that have lost connection with their communities.
The multidisciplinary Philly artist can’t be pinned down, but she is never less than fiercely present. Her next collaborative piece: Tall Order’s ‘Those With 2 Clocks’ at the Wilma.
After 2 years held entirely remotely, this year marked TCG’s first hybrid conference, with both virtual and in-person gatherings focused on healing and learning.
How the historic Los Angeles company has stabilized both its mission and its finances.