TCG’s 2014 industry report finds theatres in better health since the recession from playing it smart and building support.
What happens when writers accustomed to grown-up audiences aim younger? The results can be rich and rewarding for all concerned—though there are pitfalls.
In his new book, former Kennedy Center impresario Michael Kaiser argues that the future of the arts lies with quality, subsidy, and daring—all of which are in dangerously short supply.
Five emerging directors from across the United States were selected from more than 350 applicants to participate in the first-ever National Directors Fellowship.
Juliette Binoche as Antigone, a Brazilian ‘Oliver Twist’ by Karen Zacarias and a women’s voices festival anchor the Kennedy Center’s theatrical season.
Expanding its mission beyond developing playwrights, the O’Neill will accept applications in January for its first National Directors Fellowship.
The end of the Latino International Theater Festival of New York, a 60th-birthday for the Japan Society, a 44-hour epic from America’s most controversial monologuist, and more from October’s round-up of news items.
The actor discusses losing weight in a fat suit during ‘The Whale’ and why he can’t imagine working anywhere but the theatre.
Space constraints, new musicals, and Shakespeare are among this month’s round-up of news items.
The nation’s capital braces itself for a flood a new work from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.