Arts fests from Wisconsin to S.C. may survive a summer of virtual connection and outreach, but lean times are ahead for the towns where they take place.
Theatre is the practice of putting dreams into action, so why don’t we use this time to dream, not about some uncertain future, but about what we can start doing now?
Like George Bailey in ‘It’s a Wonderful Life,’ we have the chance to glimpse the world without our work. Will we make the most of what we learn in this down time?
PCPA’s Santa Maria programming, as well as its collaboration with Solvang TheatreFest, has been canceled.
The company has also postponed its annual Sarasota Improv Festival to next year.
As Utah Shakes’s summer season shutters, theatres from Missouri to Massachusetts weigh alternatives to staying dark for the rest of 2020.
How U.S. theatres are innovating and adapting to stay connected with the young people they typically serve with in-person programs and classes.
28 of San Diego’s theatres unite for ONE THEATRE. ONE STORY. to support the community.
The pandemic cut short the academic year for me and my high school theatre students, but we are finding ways to connect—and some silver linings.
All proceeds from the starry outing will benefit No Kid Hungry.