Jonathan Norton’s new play, opening soon in Dallas and Louisville, finds the comedy and pathos in usher board culture.
How a cohort of artistic directors of color, recently hired at major U.S. theatres, have confronted unforeseen upheavals.
Actors Theatre of Louisville’s artistic director sets the record straight about the status of the Humana Festival and the company’s ongoing efforts to match ambition with capacity.
Fleming brings his vast experience working as a multidisciplinary artist across the U.S. back to his home state of Kentucky.
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 native Kentuckian will begin his tenure at the theatre company in June.
Robert Barry Fleming stops by to talk about why he loves working with resident theatres. Plus, the editors discuss artists’ compensation.