The theatre artists are among seven performing artists to receive an award of $275,000.
How our polarized political moment puts the spotlight on the social and cultural work of many theatremakers.
Whose programs do the programmers admire most? We asked some U.S. theatre leaders and they told us.
Even after New York’s Puerto Rican Traveling Theater found a permanent home, its tireless founder never rested in her passionate artistry and advocacy.
At its recent Manhattan gathering, the Latina/o Theatre Commons took the movement to the next level, and not a moment too soon.
From a fire at the Richmond Theatre in Virginia to the birth of Puerto Rican theatre in New York City, December was a memorable month for theatre.
Founded a decade apart and now merged, Pregones and Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre keep the cart rolling.
Anticipating hard times, the field is buttressed by strong numbers.