After a record year of gun violence in the U.S., the latest iteration of the nationwide campaign aims to give young people another chance to dramatize their feelings about it.
Nationwide readings on the scourge of guns brought pandemic-isolated theatre folks together for a common cause—and the momentum may continue.
New plays by Amir Nizar Zuabi and J. Nicole Brooks and a capture of Jefferson Mays’s ‘Christmas Carol’ are among the highlights of a busy week.
Seven plays about gun violence will premiere on Broadway on Demand on the anniversary of the Sandy Hook massacre.
Reunion readings, Russian troll farms, a married couple in a play about infidelity—there’s plenty to fill your screen time this week.
The service, set to launch on Sept. 1, is open to content from a variety or artists and artisans in various formats.
The new streaming service Broadway On Demand has teamed with the American Theatre Wing and the Broadway League for an hourlong event celebrating Broadway and raising money for theatre education.
The free online convening will feature a keynote speech from Chelsea Clinton.