When it comes to Shakespeare and Western classics, questions of legacy and belonging get raised when Black men take the stage—and the answers are increasingly clear and powerful.
The company’s cohort of actor-managers will lead a season of three shows in repertory.
The Virginia company, reeling from a tumultuous year, moves forward without the leader many company members say made it worse, Ethan McSweeny.
The company will move forward with an actor-led model intended to echo the production process of Shakespeare’s theatre.
How to rebuild the theatre field post-COVID? Invest in artists and let them do their best work in rep, and audiences will follow.
Sentient elevators, a mysterious observer, a life-saving phantom, and more fill our annual roundup of tales from haunted theatres.
Wratchford has served as ASC’s managing director since May 2010.
From a ‘Dog Day Afternoon’ watch party to a Beethoven bio-play with music, this week offers many answers to the eternal question.
The critics return to consider when theatre will return, how to cover it when it does, and how not to succumb to Zoom despair.
American Shakespeare Center and Berkshire Theatre Group will soon open full-scale productions, but only one has Actors’ Equity’s approval.