She will step down after a more than a decade of service to young audiences.
Part of the Lorraine Hansberry Initiative to support women and nonbinary playwrights of color, the award comes with a $25,000 living-expenses stipend for each year of the fellows’ graduate studies.
The pandemic forced educators to reimagine theatre training, and while inflation and dwindling enrollment are adding pressure, some programs are using this moment to innovate.
Boundlessly creative, unfailingly astute, he didn’t just make and teach theatre of the mind but of the heart as well.
What do costumes look like, and mean, without a story? With the pandemic limiting access to actors, six Northwestern MFA costume candidates were asked by professors Ana Kuzmanic and Linda Roethke to explore this question.
Academic theatre programs quickly adjust to remote learning in the age of COVID-19.
As dramatists begin to write for all media, the nation’s playwriting programs are starting to teach beyond the stage.
10 MFA directing programs designed to train well-rounded directors.
A make-it-new trend gains currency with audiences and academia.
The transition from writing for nothing to writing for a paycheck has been smooth. But is stage work now a dream, or just a daydream?