An inside look at the long-standing and often overlooked incubators who’ve boosted the profiles of early-career stage writers of color.
Classical Theatre of Harlem ignited discussions with an Afropunk-inspired production, and Theatre of War/Harlem Stage will continue the conversation with ‘Antigone in Ferguson.’
Cofield will play a key role in furthering refining and implementing CTH’s artistic vision through his new position.
Four fundraisers talk about what keeps them going, and what it takes to keep the arts alive.
The ‘Black to the Future’ season includes solo shows by Liza Jessie Peterson and Paterson Joseph and keeps an eye on national politics.
He is set to assume his post in early November.
Pioneering architects remind us that a theatre is more than just a building–and that, sometimes, it needn’t even be a building at all.
From St. Ann’s new roof, to the L.A. Stage Alliance move, here’s the month in national news.