Amid the constraints of social distancing, perhaps more urgently because of them, many U.S. theatres are finding ways to bring audiences an annual dose of Dickens.
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?
What should we expect from the U.S. theatre’s field-wide changing of the guard? A new generation of leaders gives cause for cautious optimism.
10 new artistic directors talk about their visions for their communities, and for the theatre field writ large.
The Houston theatre taps the San Francisco director as its new leader after the contested departure of longtime a.d. Gregory Boyd.
Where will she take the experimental theatre she inherits from its co-founders? Its history of risk and radicalism points the way.
Rob Melrose will take a one-year sabbatical, and co-founder Paige Rogers will oversee the theatre during his absence.
Cutting Ball’s first managing director transitions to a new position at Hubbard Street Dance in Chicago.