The assistive devices, now being tested at People’s Light in Pennsylvania, offer a new way for hard-of-hearing patrons to fully enjoy the theatre.
From the first remote-controlled light board to the founding of the Alley Theatre, November has been a notable month in theatre.
How does the thespian’s life in Paris, London, Edinburgh compare to that of U.S. actors? For better and worse, we’re in the same boat.
New memoirs by British directors Nicholas Hytner and Dominic Dromgoole run the gamut, and the Globe.
The National Theatre revival, now headed for Broadway, brings an American play’s long London history full circle.
A massive new oral history recreates the drama behind Kushner’s modern epic, but does it do his ideas justice?
The awards will fund extra time for the development of 27 new productions across the country.
New plays from Jez Butterworth, James Graham, and Lucy Kirkwood throw its characters and their values into sharp relief and thrilling conflict.
It will partner with the National Theatre on a new program called Public Acts.
To a large extent, we work in the theatre he made: modern, classic, vigorous, rigorous, company-based.