While the pandemic has theatres reevaluating their programming, some are also making shifts toward a more humane working environment.
25 artists have been engaged to come up with a slate of new work, with forms and delivery methods to be determined.
The pandemic shutdown is a crushing blow for theatres, but it is individual artists who are absorbing the brunt of the pain.
Theatre folks mourn closed shows and unseen work, and worry over the impact on emerging artists.
Theatres across the country are turning to video-capture as a way to share canceled shows.
Four theatres will join the New York-based company in programming work centering Asian American artists and performers.
The critics look back on a decade of change in the American theatre, and discuss ‘Greater Clements,’ ‘Sing Street,’ and the ‘My Fair Lady’ tour.
7 playwrights who’ve honed their craft without the coveted degree tell how their roads diverged.
A new space in upstate New York puts its focus on English-language premieres of plays from around the world, as well as commissions of locally themed work.
Mayeda brings her experience in development and arts administration to the 2050 Fellowship at the New York Theatre Workshop.