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.
25 artists have been engaged to come up with a slate of new work, with forms and delivery methods to be determined.
Maintaining healthcare coverage, locating shipped instruments, planning for an uncertain future—these are tough times for pit musicians.
How and why are a handful of theatres reopening, even as the coronavirus surges?
Michel Hausmann has long used the Colony Theatre’s signage for tweet-length messages, and now each week he’s turning it over to Black writers.
How 2 theatre training programs for adults and young people with intellectual disabilities have adapted their work during the pandemic lockdown.
Two troupes have found a new way to bring audiences to them, and parking isn’t an issue.
As theatres pause live performance and seek other ways to connect with audiences, this magazine will pause its print edition but continue online.
TRG Arts finds that multidisciplinary venues are most likely to try to reopen early, and theatres the least likely.
How the pandemic shutdown gave the Lillys-backed initiative a chance to refocus efforts to support the field.