As theatres eye fall reopenings, a new study shows reluctance to return to normal, while also noting online viewing patterns and support for anti-racist efforts.
Undergraduate theatre programs join forces to combat artistic isolation and build creative community.
Wendy C. Goldberg’s TheFrontOffice Foundation will award money to folks impacted by the industry shutdown.
The pandemic has given the Chicago playwright a chance to step back and rethink his approach—and he hopes theatres are doing the same.
Last fall we learned a new way to make theatre, not only with our students but with the audience and the community.
This month, a check-in with the playwrights who first called in last March to see how they’ve fared in the intervening 10 months.
Deprived of regular, full-face in-person interaction, high school theatre students at Interlochen Center for the Arts have expanded other creative capacities.
Recent stagings of ‘Fannie Lou Hamer, Speak On It!’ showed the possibility—and stringent protocols—of pandemic-era live theatre.
How Baldwin Wallace University turned a ‘Totally Fucked’ year into an opportunity to film a virtual production of the rock musical.
A survey of U.S. theatres finds them almost evenly divided on the prospects for closure or survival in 2021.