The Omaha-based director talks about theatre’s collective brain, doing queer art on Catholic campuses, and how to break through the gender binary in casting.
Teaching design remotely had some upsides, she learned, but she’s eager to get her hands back on her craft and its tools.
From the beginnings of companies around the U.S. to the first AIDS Day With(out) Art and an August Wilson premiere, December has included a variety of theatrical milestones.
How queer youth theatre groups are shaping, and saving, the lives of new generations of artists and activists.
Whose programs do the programmers admire most? We asked some U.S. theatre leaders and they told us.
Our Production Notebook feature has expanded to offer a deep dive into all aspects of stagecraft.
Play’s the thing in creating theatre for toddlers, as this Omaha company learned in staging a gentle, rangy poetry anthology.