The last 2 years forced us to face fundamental uncertainty and loss, and that’s a gift that will keep on giving.
A look at 8 shows that the pandemic cut short, what’s happened to them since, and what might be next.
How Lloyd Suh’s ‘The Chinese Lady’ made it through 2 years of pandemic, protest, and anti-Asian hate to emerge as the nation’s most-produced and possibly most essential play.
The show felt very special in 2020, but it means even more now, colored by the loss of the past 2 years.
The work of understudies, standbys, and swings is always exhausting and show-saving, but it took a pandemic to get most audiences and even the industry to recognize their value.
A political science experiment to gather diverse Americans inspired a stage version at Florida Studio Theatre, which also brought people together to reflect on their similarities and differences.
An excerpt from a new collection of micro-plays.
A new study from SMU DataArts found the metrics of success for smaller, community-oriented theatres to be both similar and different from their larger peers.
How 2 arts organizations of color, Apollo Theater and Cultural Odyssey, have persevered despite funding disparities and other challenges.
TCG’s THRIVE! regranting program, led by the needs and concerns of BIPOC artists and leaders, aims to rewrite the theatre funding process.