Getting audiences to return isn’t the only post-COVID challenge theatres are facing.
One of the nation’s most prolific living playwrights celebrates the theatre that has sustained him, and asks that it recommit to, and expand, its support for new work.
This month we talk to the administrator, activist, and casting professional about amplifying trans talent, rethinking the canon, and prioritizing mental health.
For house managers and theatre services directors, the work is invisible but rewarding.
The ensemble that formed around a production at ACT Theatre is living the dream of becoming a slow-brewing Chekhov rep company.
Her comical ‘King of the Yees’ is not your average family play, but then her dad isn’t your average dad.
The ACTLab will showcase collaborative cabarets, burlesque performances, and musicals.
Alice Childress’s seldom-produced interracial love story, though set a century ago, gave off fresh sparks at the Intiman.
When larger institutions open their doors to independent companies, it can be a win-win proposition.
From the Trojan War to the Civil War, World War I, and beyond, a look back at past Septembers in the American theatre.