The editors speak to the playwright of ‘Amerikin,’ a new play about white supremacy, now onstage Houston’s Alley Theatre after repeated pandemic delays.
As companies head toward reopening with an eye on institutional change, many former employees are feeling left behind.
The season will mark the return of in-person performances with three world premiere plays and one world premiere musical.
The company will present short plays and full-length productions online for free.
Amid the constraints of social distancing, perhaps more urgently because of them, many U.S. theatres are finding ways to bring audiences an annual dose of Dickens.
The season, which will now begin in November, will feature two world premieres and a Pulitzer winner.
Finance directors have been working around the clock to lock down funds and plan for an uncertain future.
A number of canceled shows from San Diego to Phoenix were recorded before the pandemic shutdown, and now you can watch them at home.
A spate of canceled shows from Louisville to Milwaukee were caught on video before the pandemic shutdown, and now you can watch them at home.
If we can’t have theatre until we can gather again safely, what are U.S. theatres and artists going to do in the meantime, and after?