Theatres across the U.S., shut down due to the pandemic, scramble to make their lobbies refuges for protesters to rest and recharge.
New commissions from the Movement Theatre Company let 15 foreign-born designers express themselves—and maintain work visas.
With the chance to work in theatre on hold, Nicole Carroll has paused her dreams and found a way for her talent to be useful.
The director and co-founder of DNAWORKS has made it his life’s work to be fully present in the complexity and plurality of life.
Some of the fellows in Round 13 had projects delayed, canceled, or reconceived, but all are finding new ways to connect with their communities and their work during this pause.
Finalists for the LGBTQ drama award include ‘The Amateurs’ by Jordan Harrison and ‘Dr. Ride’s American Beach House’ by Liza Birkenmeier.
Dozens of theatres express their solidarity in the grief and anger over anti-Black violence, offer resources, and commit to more equitable paths.
Amid the grief and rage over George Floyd’s murder, but unable to gather and heal through their art, Black theatremakers speak out and demand change.
A conversation with the writer of ‘Greater Clements’ about political plays, the dramatic form, and Idaho.
With a little help from her friends and colleagues—and some crucical advance planning—Sara Brunow was able to take Asolo Rep’s theatre education online.