Can theatre’s intrinsic value to audiences be measured? Three new studies point the way.
The awards, presented by the TDF Costume Collection, recognize excellence in theatrical design.
Themes of accessibility and technology drove this year’s conference about the future of Broadway.
Obviously theatres should give priority to disabled actors in roles defined as disabled. The next step: to consider them for all roles.
Tony-winning costume designer Jess Goldstein and scenic designer Douglas W. Schmidt are among the winners of the design-centric awards.
Readers wrote in to applaud accessibility in the theatre and the work of Cynthia Cohen.
Theatres are forming initiatives to make performances and theatre spaces more accessible.
These artists have recently received grants, fellowships, and other recognition.
The online resource provides video definitions of technical stage terms.
The Main Stem is seeing a surge of new shows, but is it good for business?