If people of color were able to speak freely in a theatrical space, what would we say? Jackie Sibblies Drury’s play offers a compelling answer.
3 facilities in rural Kentucky engaged residents in the ageless practice of playmaking.
Why the Tony-winning revival of R&H’s musical sounds more string-band country than traditional musical theatre.
The special counsel’s report has inspired six different events in a two-month period, combining entertainment and activism—and original songs.
Live sound mixing, audience wearing headphones—today’s sound designers aren’t just on the sidelines anymore, they’re centerstage.
Making a show sound great in a theatre space is as much an art as a science, and there’s no substitute for being there.
What is ‘white space,’ and what is the FCC doing about theatre’s ever-crowding sound systems? An explainer.
Composer Jeremy Douglass was inspired by video games to create underscoring that reacts in real time to the action onstage.
The one-day event in Miami brought together educators, administrators, and students to address issues at higher-ed institutions.
Jeremy O. Harris talks about the sexual politics of white supremacy, and about how he finds humor in horror (and vice versa).