How an American director became a translator, as well as a sort of U.S. ambassador, for the Norwegian writer who is this year’s Nobel Prize winner.
How 4 theatres develop work by writers of color with communities of color at the center.
Steward, a former co-chair of the board’s diversity, equity, and inclusion committee, succeeds Nikkole Salter.
As we enter the holiday season, we celebrate taking risks on potentially life-changing works.
We don’t just get aesthetic or intellectual benefits from the expressive and performing arts—they can also be literally healing.
This L.A.-focused roundup includes a writer-director, a patron services manager, a scenic painter, an actor who’s also a marketing director, and more.
Ende Lichtenberg succeeds Chris Jennings, who left last summer for Manhattan Theatre Club.
In his latest play, published in full in our Fall print edition, the writer/performer probes implicit ableism and the assumptions we make about people we’ll never really know.
With a wealth of experience in arts administration and branding, Durantt joins her neighborhood theatre ready to help its next stage of growth.
How 6 THRIVE! recipient theatres have embraced new mediums and built new audiences.