Theatres are forming initiatives to make performances and theatre spaces more accessible.
‘The Winter’s Tale’ solidifies a bond between Pennsylvania and Glasgow—and brings actors of all ages together.
The cross-cultural play is making its move from Europe to the U.S.
Set in 1890s Cuba, the story features a young widow who runs a local pharmacy and faces decisions of personal and political dimensions.
Readers respond to our stories about Actors Equity Association, ensemble theatre, and Adrian Hall’s adaptation of ‘All The King’s Men.’
A note from American Theatre’s editor, Jim O’Quinn, on the May/June 2013 issue.
The ever-expanding production gambles for high stakes.
The Oregon-based director takes his cue (and sometimes his wattage) from audiences around the globe.
The producer’s talent is in matchmaking, bringing artists and institutions together across borders.
These artists have recently received grants, fellowships, and other recognition.