From the beginnings of Interlochen and the Ohio summer tradition ‘Tecumseh!’ to Deaf West’s Broadway debut, summer was off to a hot start with these June milestones.
Thornton Wilder’s 80-year-old play offers something more than comforting nostalgia in a troubled American moment.
This month the ‘Malcolm’ mom will play the Stage Manager in a production with Pasadena Playhouse and Deaf West.
The two companies will stage ‘Our Town,’ the Hypocrites will bring their immersive ‘Pirates of Penzance,’ and Culture Clash will revisit ‘Bordertown.’
Most actors methodically warm up for emotionally draining performances. But what do they do to recoup reality?
Some theatres are using the actors’ union’s new minimum-wage agreement, but there’s minimal agreement about its impact or its future.
TCG’s third plenary thought globally and celebrated locally, with Stephen Karam, Nikkole Salter, Deaf West Theatre, and more.
Themes of accessibility and technology drove this year’s conference about the future of Broadway.
The ASL/spoken English adaptation of Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater’s 2007 musical is congratulated for its contributions to the disabled community in New York.
The artistry of Deaf and disabled theatre workers has been amply demonstrated. Why aren’t they centerstage more regularly?