After 52 years at the influential bilingual theatre, 17 of those at the helm, Robert Federico feels he is leaving Repertorio in good hands with Rafael Sánchez.
A co-founder of Repertorio Español, he helped make a prominent stage for great works in Spanish and nurtured countless artists with rigor, erudition, and affection.
The Cuban American playwright, who knew the former dictator as a child, makes him the subject of his new play at Arena, ‘Celia and Fidel.’
Latinx theatre as we know it in the U.S. is only half a century old, but its roots are deep and its future boundless.
Fairy tales, history both documented and reimagined, and works in translation are recurring themes this month.
With the long-awaited normalization of U.S./Cuba relations, theatre artists may be uniquely poised to make the most of the new climate of exchange.
FringeNYC announces its 2013 Overall Excellence Awards, New Dramatists adds seven new writers to its residency program, Terrence McNally is honored at a multi-day celebration at Skylight Theatre, and more prizes and awards from our December 2013 issue.
Ayad Akhtar wins the Pulitzer, the American Theatre Wing honors Harold Prince, and more recent honors.
The awards and prizes that have been given out since our last issue.
Theatres are deftly negotiating the bumps and curves of an economy in flux. Theatre Facts 2011 tracks their progress.