A study from Helicon Collaborative shows that 58 percent of arts funding goes to 2 percent of big-budget arts organizations—and it’s a trend that’s worsened.
From public discussions to “empathy nights” to grass-roots activism, theatres across the country are responding to the current moment with resources at hand.
With the help of Asian-American advisors, Lamplighters Music Theatre is radically recovering the Gilbert & Sullivan classic.
The Minnesota theatre will present three world premieres, alongside some contemporary classics.
American musicals have often returned to Asian themes and settings—as theatrical tourists. ‘Allegiance’ starts closer to home.
Leadership transitions at Mu Performing Arts, Penumbra Theatre, and the Guthrie Theater raise questions as well as expectations for the future.
Diep Tran talks to theatre artists of color strategizing for access and representation
Annie Baker and Rajiv Joseph win the Steinberg Distinguished Playwright Award, Amy E. Hughes receives the Barnard Hewitt Award for theatre research, and a round-up of more prizes and awards from our December 2013 issue.