Guadalís Del Carmen, Christin Eve Cato, and Julissa Contreras talk about authenticity, new forms, and making shows for their own community—and their own families.
The writer of ‘School Girls’ and ‘Goddess’ writes stories American theatres haven’t seen before but that audiences immediately recognize.
The postponed MCC gala, originally set for April, will play recorded songs for a wide web audience.
From festival readings to benefit cabarets, on-demand stage captures to immersive soundscapes, there’s no shortage of at-home theatre.
The writer of ‘Thirst’ and ‘All the Natalie Portmans’ talks about her Louisiana upbringing, starting out in fan fiction, and why she writes about cornered women.
The Manhattan theatre also announced a new $30 ticket initiative, a new-musical development lab, and playwright residencies.
One of 5 Betties in Jen Silverman’s ‘Collective Rage’ at MCC Theater, she’s also credited as the show’s ‘Butch Consultant’ and its ‘Truck Consultant.’ Of course.
The 30-year-old New York theatre company will move into its permanent home this fall.
‘The Wolves,’ ‘Dance Nation,’ and ‘School Girls,’ all by young female playwrights, show girlhood in all of its complexity and ferocity.
The awards will fund extra time for the development of 27 new productions across the country.