The pandemic has given the Chicago playwright a chance to step back and rethink his approach—and he hopes theatres are doing the same.
Recent stagings of ‘Fannie Lou Hamer, Speak On It!’ showed the possibility—and stringent protocols—of pandemic-era live theatre.
At Long Wharf Theatre’s recent ‘Artistic Congress’ convening, two leading playwright/activists shared their dreams and demands for the theatre field.
Seven plays about gun violence will premiere on Broadway on Demand on the anniversary of the Sandy Hook massacre.
This is an especially rich week, whether you’re craving meaty drama, durational performance, or livestream experimentation.
This year’s cohort will be Eliza Bent, Marisa Carr, Terry Guest, and Exal Iraheta.
The season will feature three postponed productions, including the world premiere of ‘The Outsiders.’
Most theatres recognize that all-white seasons and casts are wrong. So why are administration, management, and staff still so homogeneous?
From the first staging of an English-language on U.S. soil to the founding of Arena Stage, August has been a hot month for theatre.
The Southern-bred director spent his early years breaking down barriers, and he’s now intent on joining a movement for change and inclusivity in the theatre.