The legendary training program will continue its conservatory and other training programs, but its 3-year theatre degree has become a COVID casualty.
If we can’t have theatre until we can gather again safely, what are U.S. theatres and artists going to do in the meantime, and after?
The San Francisco paper’s influential personified ratings icon, beloved by many readers, is facing fresh pushback from local theatre artists.
Lydia R. Diamond’s new play is set on the diamond, telling the hard-hitting story of the first female pro baseball player.
10 new artistic directors talk about their visions for their communities, and for the theatre field writ large.
The Tony-winning Broadway and regional freelance director succeeds longtime leader Carey Perloff.
Even Edward Albee figures she’s the kind of director who’s watching his back.