The Massachusetts theatre will remain closed for the summer months.
The actors’ union, advised by former OSHA head Dr. David Michaels, lays out core principles for stage safety.
A total of $76,000 from licensing fees and publishing royalties of ‘Slave Play’ will be randomly awarded to 152 writers.
Can’t wait to see how playwrights will be inspired by the coronavirus quarantine? Yeah, me neither.
The pandemic lockdown means bleak job prospects for new graduates and theatre aspirants, but some remain hopeful and resourceful against the odds.
An inside look at the long-standing and often overlooked incubators who’ve boosted the profiles of early-career stage writers of color.
The site will feature productions and theatre makers affected by the pandemic, as well as efforts to support the theatre community.
The critics talk with Jeremy Wein of Play-PerView, take a question about theatre safety, and recommend shows they’ve viewed.
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?