On its way back from the brink of closure, Alaska’s largest theatre has eliminated its debt and found new funders.
With 200 seats and 2,000 subscribers, the company has built an audience that expects the unexpected.
From a sham buffalo hunt organized by P.T. Barnum to a stage production featuring Edison’s electric lights, August was a month of theatre to remember.
We happily publish photos showcasing the work of theatre designers. Is it too much for them to ask for some acknowledgement?
It may be best known as an online theatre journal, but its new director is committed to the org’s whole range of programming and practice.
The Broadway duo return to the Great White Way together in ‘Pretty Woman: The Musical.’
Hidden freezer packs, light fabrics, optional layers: how costumers prepare for the wind and the rain (and the heat).
Alabama Shakespeare Festival sent four playwrights on a road trip to engage with a changing culture—and look for ways to reshape it.
The decision of when or whether to disclose their condition remains fraught, but some artists are finding ways to break through stigma and forge new paths.
At a matinee of ‘The Originalist,’ John Strand’s play about Justice Scalia, his old frenemy, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, showed up to talk about the state of the Supreme Court and the nation.