The Public Theater founder’s life and legacy, traced in a documentary on PBS, may be best understood, and built upon, as part of the U.S. regional theatre movement.
When this go-to choreographer is doing his storytelling job right, you may not even notice the dancing at all—but he’s got more moves in store.
As this dramaturg/producer plans her first season at the theatre, she’s looking both outward and inward.
5 monologues by Asian American writers, performed by Asian American actors over 60, comprise a new NAATCO anthology at the Public Theater.
The digital summit, to be held in partnership with the Public Theater in December, will address humane practices and caregiver support in the performing arts.
Lloyd Suh’s play, which will be the most-produced of the coming season, speaks directly both to our tangled past and our complicated present.
The stage and screen giant, recently appointed dean of Howard University’s College of Fine Arts, looks back—and ahead—on an extraordinary career.
From development directors to arts consultants, this edition’s focus is on folks who help generate the support for the making of theatre.
Now 30 years old, the Americans with Disabilities Act has made historic access achievements for audiences. Now how about access for performers and backstage workers?
Lorraine Hansberry Theatre and San Francisco Playhouse come together for a filmed co-production of Erika Dickerson-Despenza’s play.