Halloween and the election inspire many of this week’s virtual offerings, but there’s also Brecht and Weill, Paula Vogel, and a space opera.
Two socially distanced outdoor productions will unfold in the same Brooklyn neighborhood next weekend.
The four artists will begin their residencies immediately, creating three new theatrical works.
Taylor Mac, Annie Baker, Lucas Hnath, and Dominique Morisseau are among those who’ve signed onto share material for the Trickle Up, new subscription platform that will donate to artists in need.
Visits with resident artists, archival production videos, and a cooperative online project are all part of the downtown theatre’s new virtual offerings.
We asked leaders at some of the nation’s small theatre companies which shows, both large and small, they were most looking forward to in the coming season.
The theatre’s 2019-20 lineup will include a techno opera and theatrical museum and will feature several co-productions.
Samantha Shay’s stripped-down, fem-focused take on the tragedy inspires low-tech awe—and starts a raucous argument.
New York’s annual experimental theatre sampler boasts plenty of chills and frills, but the real attraction is carefully crafted mayhem.
Curiosity, hard work, and a taste for experimentation mark her work in lighting, projection, and puppetry.