The actor and activist looks back on a career that began on Broadway in 1950 and took her around the world to tell Black women’s stories.
Black trauma demands and deserves creative expression, but our lives are about so much more than tragedy.
The Connecticut company’s staff will also be pared to 21 employees as the theatre turns its attention to virtual programming.
Adam M. Kassim, Kholoud Sawaf, Blayze Teicher, and Sharifa Yasmin are this year’s virtual fellows.
In response to demands for change, the company will pay playwrights during rehearsal, eliminate punishing ’10 out of 12′ tech weeks, and strive for greater pay equity.
Though no dates are set, the D.C. company’s season is planning to end with the pre-Broadway run of ‘A Strange Loop.’
The San Francisco company will produce a radio version of ‘A Christmas Carol,’ a film of a Heather Christian musical, plus five in-person productions.
In a virtual ceremony hosted by the Dramatists Guild Foundation and the Lillys, Wohl was among a number of awards recipients.
New data from TRG Arts and Purple Seven reveal that philanthropic giving in 2020 is down by 2 percent in North America.
The New York-based studio will be available for rent for theatre artists hoping to create high-quality digital theatre.