If we can’t have theatre until we can gather again safely, what are U.S. theatres and artists going to do in the meantime, and after?
How many people could have been helped if they’d been exposed to theatre?
Streaming and video-captured options for shuttered shows could be more than a stopgap solution.
An enforced break from a busy schedule offers time for reflection, but be careful what we wish for.
Asian Pacific Islander theatres and artists fight a rise in xenophobia in the reaction to a global pandemic.
Art doesn’t respect boundaries, but neither does this virus, so while we shelter in place let’s play music for each other and not forget our way home.
A Philadelphia critic turns to filmed versions of the shows he had planned to cover this month.
In a time that calls for new ideas and quick adaptations, improvisers like Dad’s Garage may have an edge.
In 1918 an outbreak of influenza killed millions and shuttered U.S. theatres—and then one day it was gone.
How our theatre skills can help us adapt to this enforced time indoors.