Despite threats of total elimination, the nation’s arts and humanities got a small boost today.
Of $25 million in NEA grants this round, more than $2 million goes to 123 theatres across the U.S.
A Bay Area writer sits down with an outgoing theatre giant, and a historian looks at theatre’s starring role in U.S. arts advocacy.
Arts Midwest is biggest grantee, with 132 other arts organizations in 30 states and D.C. also receiving grants for theatre projects.
On this week’s podcast, actor Orville Mendoza talks ‘Pacific Overtures’ and working with director John Doyle. Plus the editors discuss arts advocacy and how to talk to your Congresspeople about the NEA.
In this week’s episode, we welcome playwright Martín Zimmerman. Plus, the editors talk Broadway and the NEA.
Established by presidential fiat 52 years ago, the NEA and NEH are on a list of dozens of agencies the new president wants to eliminate.
A recent NPR interview with theatremaker David Marcus aired several errors and misconceptions.
Robert Barry Fleming stops by to talk about why he loves working with resident theatres. Plus, the editors discuss artists’ compensation.
From the Trojan War to the Civil War, World War I, and beyond, a look back at past Septembers in the American theatre.