From a survey of successful efforts, the endowment outlines recommendations for creating and sharing (mostly) live art during the pandemic.
Recent stagings of ‘Fannie Lou Hamer, Speak On It!’ showed the possibility—and stringent protocols—of pandemic-era live theatre.
A survey of U.S. theatres finds them almost evenly divided on the prospects for closure or survival in 2021.
TRG Arts and Purple Seven report that a return will hinge on the end of social distancing and renewed marketing.
Pandemic programming at Barter Theatre and Cadence Theatre Company comprises drive-in performances and short-film commissions, respectively.
This outdoor performance in Bushwick was a reminder of the joys of gathering, and of the magic of New York City.
It’s going to be a long time before we’re back doing live theatre at full capacity indoors, but there is plenty of work to do until then.
Theatre companies are using their creativity to engage kids stuck at home, from s’mores to dress-up days.
The arts are not a luxury but a huge economic engine for America’s cities and towns, and a reflection of our national culture. They deserve your unstinting support.
American Shakespeare Center and Berkshire Theatre Group will soon open full-scale productions, but only one has Actors’ Equity’s approval.