This week the editors discuss theatre’s role in dispelling the fears and misconceptions surrounding abortion with Alison Leiby and Justice Hehir.
We asked leaders at some of the nation’s small theatre companies which shows, both large and small, they were most looking forward to in the coming season.
The annual conference will celebrate Robert O’Hara, Jeremy O. Harris, New Georges, Donnetta Lavinia Grays, and Deadria Harrington.
At New Georges, ‘Sound House’ and ‘This Is the Color Described by the Time’ are linked in repertory by their audience-enveloping sound design.
In programs at the Farm Theater, Target Margin, and Barnard College, playwrights collaborate with students to develop new work.
The Sol Project and 3LD Art & Technology Center will collaborate with New Georges on two new plays.
Theatres that continue to program male-dominated seasons deserve scrutiny. But what about the many companies that are trying to get the balance right?
Move over, Wednesdays—New Georges is making a case for TGIF. And why not?
The female-focused theatre will remount Kate Benson’s “A Beautiful Day on the Banks of the Greatest of the Great Lakes” and premiere Ariel Stess’s “Heartbreak.”
Clubbed Thumb in New York City uses “social captains” to get targeted audiences to come to shows.