Some companies are experimenting with innovative ways to stay connected to their patrons, but will the lessons stick past the pandemic?
In the jurisdictional war between Equity and SAG-AFTRA over theatre work made for screens, actors and stage managers have the most at stake.
The theatre’s additional programming will be made available globally through virtual memberships.
While the pandemic has theatres reevaluating their programming, some are also making shifts toward a more humane working environment.
This Chicago-based performer’s on-again, off-again relationship with theatre takes another turn, but she’s not bowing out.
The Chicago company records a starry, large-cast revival of Arthur Miller’s late work, set amid economic hardship that has fresh resonance.
After 15 years at Steppenwolf, Schmitz will begin his new post at Oregon Shakespeare Festival in September.
Flanagan succeeds David Schmitz to become the first woman to hold the title in the company’s 45-year history.
Among the new works will be a play by Vichet Chum and adaptations of ‘Good Night, and Good Luck’ and a Chekhov classic.
Brian James Polak talks to the playwright of ‘Dance Nation’ and ‘You Got Older’ about memory, pain, and first drafts.