September looks back on theatre in the colonies, early playwright protections, Midwest theatre milestones, living newspapers, and two groundbreaking Broadway musicals.
The Public Theater’s abrupt cancellation of the influential new-works showcase raises questions about the future of innovative work in NYC and globally.
Applications for the cohort are now open and will be accepted through April 30.
February recalls the premieres of 2 groundbreaking Black musicals on Broadway, the contentious beginnings of English theatre in the Big Easy, and a little company that could in Pennsylvania.
Smith takes up the newly created position after working at the Manhattan School of Music and New York City Opera.
Shakespeare’s iconic villain has always been disabled, but increasingly the actors playing him—and the productions and adaptations they star in—reflect disability aesthetics and activism.
He’ll leave his post as A.D. and director of arts engagement for San Diego’s Old Globe to succeed Shanta Thake as the Public’s director of artistic programs/associate artistic director.
How Lloyd Suh’s ‘The Chinese Lady’ made it through 2 years of pandemic, protest, and anti-Asian hate to emerge as the nation’s most-produced and possibly most essential play.
A movement to end unpaid and low-paid internships gains momentum, collecting testimony from more than 1,600 current and former interns.
Can a culturally appropriative murder mystery in the guise of a cooking class prevent war with Iran? Piehole’s interactive new Zoom play aims to find out.