How 4 theatres develop work by writers of color with communities of color at the center.
How 6 THRIVE! recipient theatres have embraced new mediums and built new audiences.
When a painter and a performance artist work with theatres, all parties learn lessons about experience, engagement, and ecstasy.
What can blossom when funders put their trust in BIPOC-led institutions like Silk Road Rising, Pangea World Theater, and Penumbra Theatre.
A look at 3 companies of color who are making theatre that’s local, new, and inventive.
Dramas and comedies with a political edge top this year’s list (*actually 12 due to ties).
Lynn Nottage again tops the list, followed closely by a mix of dramatists, librettists, and adapters.
The offerings that are emerging from the midst of contraction and crisis show how theatres can balance values and budgets.
Two new books consider the possibilities and limits of documentary theatre in a polarized nation.
Two books come not to bury the Bard but to bring his writing down to the common ground we share.