In this episode we talk to critics on both coasts (with JR holding down the Midwest) about criticism, in-person theatre, and Twitter vs. TikTok.
Theatre is happening and we are here to cover it, in spite of it all.
This moment has pushed us past even our most prescient preparations for crisis and challenge, but we can face it together.
As theatre workers prepare for a return to in-person theatre, they have lingering questions about what kinds of spaces and conditions they’re returning to.
Poised between a troubled but familiar past and the uncertain promise of a transformed future, is it any wonder we’re having trouble with the next act of our lives?
The 8 individuals in this year’s cohort don’t just make theatre; over the past year and going forward, they are all about making change.
The pandemic led to innovative, alternative forms of theatre. Can theatre criticism keep up?
As theatremakers celebrate the return to in-person, in-venue performances, it’s imperative to keep open the doors offered by digital theatre and celebrate its place alongside the stage.
The downtown artist didn’t ever expect or hope to be on Broadway, but her docutheatre piece ‘Is This A Room’ has defied expectations all along.
Lyons is out to change the theatre canon, and serving ‘Chicken & Biscuits’ on Broadway is just the one step along the way.