The writers of ‘Exception to the Rule’ and ‘What the End Will Be,’ both at Roundabout Theatre, talk about their paths from home to work, and possibly back again.
From Edwin Booth’s Richard III to the Federal Dance Project, from ‘Fefu and Her Friends’ to Odd Fellows Hall, this month featured some remarkable characters.
This year’s summer reading series will feature works by Latinx playwrights René Marqués, Fausto Avendaño, María Irene Fornés, Rosalba Rolón, and Desmar Guevara.
As theatres begin to emerge from pandemic restrictions, many are recommitting to programs designed to engage their youngest stakeholders.
Roundabout Youth Ensemble’s new play was staged in-person, but was deeply informed by its very online creation and modes of expression.
24 disabled artists worked with collaborating mentors over the past few weeks, and the results of their work go online today.
A new project to put the focus on marginalized voices opens with a series showcasing under-sung plays, in hopes of seeding future productions.
The songwriting team Ben Bonnema & Christopher Staskel and Michael R. Jackson are this year’s recipients.
The fifth cohort of TCG’s Rising Leaders of Color encompass all areas of theatre practice, from producing to development to casting to writing.
Next spring the theatre plans to mount ‘Caroline, or Change’ and ‘1776,’ and in the fall and winter, ‘Birthday Candles’ and ‘Trouble in Mind,’ in its belated Main Stem bow.