Theatre has always been both old-fashioned and cutting-edge. A study of the ever-changing but remarkably consistent technology of live performance shows why.
From sewing to sketching, focusing to carpentry, the technical work of theatre can be as creative as it is practical. The best schools know there’s no substitute for on-the-job training.
The ease and speed of digital solutions for the stage is creating new possibilities—and raising new questions about how to train artists for such a rapidly evolving field.
At a space in downtown New York City, the art and technology center pushes at the edges of projection, immersion, and performance.
13 theatre artists (and those who teach them) share tips and tales about working in the field.
The star of Broadway’s “Ghost” learns to navigate the business of show business all over again.
A roundtable discussion on 21st-century arts management and training between the country’s leading theatrical entrepreneurs.
Theatre pros recall the doors they’ve opened by assisting (including a few better left closed).
For one young director, assisting is a tricky balancing act with a great view.
And it never has been, say pros who relish their assistants’ creativity and appetite for knowledge.