From Arkansas to Harlem, theatres are using lobbies, rooftops, exhibition spaces, and more to expand the ways they can gather and engage their communities.
While Broadway awaits its return, nonprofits and new leaders should seize the chance to return the art form to a sense of service and risk.
Why the Tony-winning revival of R&H’s musical sounds more string-band country than traditional musical theatre.
The Brooklyn theatre will also present new works from Thomas Ostermeier and Daniel Kitson, and remount Good Chance Theatre’s ‘The Jungle.’
How ‘The Jungle’ grew around a refugee camp in Calais, inspiring a theatre company with global ambitions.
Two new revivals—one ebulliently LGBTQ, another brooding and immersive—make this musical warhorse run in new directions.
Next season at the Brooklyn theatre will include works by Enda Walsh, Duncan Macmillan, Thomas Ostermeier, and a Rufus Wainwright concert.
On this week’s podcast, Lynn Nottage discusses the presidential election and her new play ‘Sweat.’ Plus the editors discuss ‘Hamilton’s America’ and ‘A 24-Decade History of Popular Music.’
Hour by hour, decade by decade, Mac broke down American history, music, himself, and us—and then built us back up again.
As an absurd fight over transgender bathroom rights intensifies, theatres can lead by freeing their own facilities from the binary.