A Pulitzer finalist for ‘Kristina Wong, Sweatshop Overlord,’ she will create a new work about food insecurity as the first recipient of a new award from En Garde Arts.
The award will recognize a mid-career theatre artist engaged in social change through the arts with an unrestricted $18,000 prize.
As live theatre returns to New York City, 2 unique efforts are banking on audiences bringing life back to the sparsely occupied financial district.
The 2020 cohort includes Ayanna Berkshire, Tonia Jackson, Stephen Wolfert, Leila Buck, Shannon Dorsey, and Moses Goods.
Cohn will work closely with artistic director Anne Hamburger in leading the company.
Why I followed the playwrights and director of ‘Red Hills,’ En Garde Arts’ new play about the Rwandan genocide, in a pilgrimage to the country where it’s set.
Site-specific theatre festivals from La Jolla Playhouse and En Garde Arts make audiences work for their theatre—and it’s worth it.
Site-specific maven Anne Hamburger, back from producing live shows for Disney theme parks, is behind a new multimedia piece about U.S. Marines, ‘BASETRACK Live.’
The shock tactics of Reza Abdoh push audiences to the edge.