Broadway producers Ron Simons and Hunter Arnold talk about the changes they’ve seen (and been a part of) in their field, and point to the changes that are still needed.
The theatre that hired him a year ago is now under fire from staff and affiliated artists, not only for their treatment of Martin but for a general lack of transparency and high-handedness.
When the L.A. theatre announced a season light on women playwrights, a protest led to change and greater transparency.
Five producers gather to talk about what they do and the power they hold to make change.
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.
A movement to end unpaid and low-paid internships gains momentum, collecting testimony from more than 1,600 current and former interns.
Its leader Brian Clowdus, who allegedly prized spectacle over safety, has eluded consequences and gone on to reinvent himself as a Trumpist impresario.
The Philadelphia company, which bills itself as the nation’s oldest theatre, faces accusations of wage inequity and disregard for artists’ safety.
Can sound journalism expose and end workplace abuse in the entertainment industry? If sources are ready to talk, she’s ready to report.
Artists of color have been placed in leadership positions across the U.S., but are they actually getting the respect and support they deserve?