From Arkansas to Harlem, theatres are using lobbies, rooftops, exhibition spaces, and more to expand the ways they can gather and engage their communities.
The company’s glittering new $60 million building, long in the works, puts the emphasis on multidisciplinary programming and Irish hospitality.
Theatre architecture’s cyclical history, and the newest state-of-the-art space at Chicago Shakes.
You can tell where theatre happens from its name.
On this week’s podcast, we interview Alison Friedman of Ping Pong Productions, which regularly takes American productions to China. Plus the editors discuss Hedy Weiss, ‘Julius Caesar,’ and the history of theatre architecture.
The designer and restorer of some of his city’s most iconic theatre spaces was something of a New York icon himself.
There’s a revolution afoot in theatre design that takes its cue from the three-dimensional spaces of centuries past.
A review of a new collection of essays about theatre architecture.