The work of organizing for a better world is already being done, and theatres have the chance—and the responsibility—to join it.
While the pandemic has theatres reevaluating their programming, some are also making shifts toward a more humane working environment.
From a ‘Dog Day Afternoon’ watch party to a Beethoven bio-play with music, this week offers many answers to the eternal question.
Virtual events across the country next week will commemorate the milestone and join the fight still yet to be won.
In response to demands for change, the company will pay playwrights during rehearsal, eliminate punishing ’10 out of 12′ tech weeks, and strive for greater pay equity.
The season, which will feature 3 world premieres, is set to begin in January 2021.
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.
Baltimore Center Stage, Long Wharf Theatre, the Public Theater, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, and Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company commission micro-plays for home use.
From the death of pioneering dramatist Martha Morton to Virginia Stage’s blizzard-ridden opening, February has been a significant month.