How a cohort of artistic directors of color, recently hired at major U.S. theatres, have confronted unforeseen upheavals.
Already in his short time so far at D.C.’s Shakespeare Theatre Company, Simon Godwin has striven to redefine the stage canon.
Some Washington, D.C., theatre leaders gathered last month to discuss their anti-racism work, both individually and collectively.
A new streaming platform from Broadway on Demand offers a place for regional theatres to introduce themselves to national, even global audiences.
The theatre field is white-dominated, and disabled and D/deaf companies would seem to be no exception—unless we look deeper and think more intersectionally.
Leaders at OSF and Woolly Mammoth will each receive $500,000 and will join a distinguished cohort of female leaders.
The critics talk to Woolly Mammoth’s Maria Manuela Goyanes about theatre in the age of COVID-19, and discuss the relative merits of online theatre.
If we can’t have theatre until we can gather again safely, what are U.S. theatres and artists going to do in the meantime, and after?
María Manuela Goyanes’s season will feature ‘What to Send Up When It Goes Down,’ ‘Fairview,’ and more.
As a new generation of producers become nonprofit artistic leaders, they are redefining the parameters of the job.