Recruiting and retaining people who will support your mission, but not take over your theatre, is key.
From Jane Addams’s co-founding of Chicago’s Hull House to Jane Alexander as a fictional first female Supreme Court justice, October has been a notable month for theatre.
How Atlanta’s flagship theatre planned and staged an entire season off-campus, and what they learned about their city and their audience in the bargain.
The season will feature five world premieres, new musicals, and a series of theatre for the very young.
A new Atlanta revival of Kushner’s epic asks the big questions and finds fresh answers.
Five women artistic directors will receive grants to support their work and to foster a new generation of female leaders.
Artistic directors are increasingly involved in fundraising. Is that now officially part of the job description?
The poet’s haunting ‘Native Guard,’ now a theatre piece at the Alliance, goes to the Civil War and back.
Whose programs do the programmers admire most? We asked some U.S. theatre leaders and they told us.
A national survey of new, old, and new/old projects, ranging widely in size, shape, and intention.