Four Black dramaturgs who worked on Geva’s new audio-play festival talk about their work and their hopes for the field.
From interactive children’s adventures to several new-play fests and podcasts, there’s plenty to look at onscreen besides vote counts.
The season will feature live shows and radio plays, but will not include an annual production of ‘A Christmas Carol.’
At theatres in New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey, flexibility is the watchword.
A number of canceled shows from San Diego to Phoenix were recorded before the pandemic shutdown, and now you can watch them at home.
A spate of canceled shows from Louisville to Milwaukee were caught on video before the pandemic shutdown, and now you can watch them at home.
The 2020-21 season will also include two festivals showcasing works in development.
The partnership has commissioned 10 new plays about science and technology.
For house managers and theatre services directors, the work is invisible but rewarding.
This spring, Karen Zacarías’s popular play is going up at three different theatres, and raises a prescient dialogue about border disputes and neighborly conduct.