The Off-Broadway theatre aims to develop a body of new works, as well as provide research, translation, and readings for emerging artists.
One of the nation’s most prolific living playwrights celebrates the theatre that has sustained him, and asks that it recommit to, and expand, its support for new work.
The latest entry in the new-play festival game, staged in August across 5 venues in an arts-centric town, had impressive local buy-in and enthusiastic full houses.
Two theatremakers explore both the need for and the possibility of a truly diverse aesthetics of the theatre.
In streamlining its offerings, the annual Omaha new-play gathering has gained what visiting artists see as an increase in collegiality, support, and breathing room.
Amid health and climate crises, a new-works program takes Latine writers to their ancestral homes to inspire hope and healing.
The new book will include 25 short plays by early-career Black playwrights.
The creation of a Civil War-era piece called ‘Wakeman and Toliver’ is supported by a grant from the New York State Council on the Arts.
Quinn Xavier Hernandez received the first commission in the newest of AE’s initiatives supporting Atlanta-based writers.
The Dallas playwright, whose play ‘penny candy’ has just been published, talks about his city, his writing, and the busy intersection of the two.