For its first return to live programming since 2019, TCG will convene in the historic ‘City of Bridges’ next June 16-18.
We asked leaders at some of the nation’s small theatre companies which shows, both large and small, they were most looking forward to in the coming season.
Bricolage Production Company’s Immersive Companion Program leads audiences of all abilities through immersive shows.
Bricolage Production Company discovers that fostering inclusivity isn’t just about taking action—it’s also a state of mind.
The October fest draws national companies to create work that will sprawl through various locations in the UC San Diego area.
Molly Rice’s peripatetic ‘Saints Tour’ shows audiences new facets of their neighborhoods. Next stop: Braddock, Pa., in a collaboration with Bricolage.
From haunted tours to “Dracula,” theatres get in on the Halloween action.
Readers respond to our stories about immersive theatre, new work from Ayad Akhtar, and ‘Chance’ magazine.
Rob Long takes AT’s Diep Tran through the different rooms of the immersive play “STRATA,” from Bricolage Production Company.
“Sleep No More” may be all the rage, but stateside companies such as Third Rail Projects, Bricolage Production Company, and La Jolla Playhouse are creating works that let audiences break the rules.