Box office isn’t the main revenue source for most nonprofit theatres, nor is pricing the biggest barrier for most patrons—but both sides of this exchange could benefit from more transparency.
Over the past year, no fewer than 10 shows on both sides of the Atlantic have addressed the historical rise of Nazism and/or the troubling resurfacing of antisemitism.
Known for her lively, no-gimmick stagings of Shakespeare with Theatre for a New Audience, the director is branching out with ‘Des Moines.’
From goofy musicals to meaty and instructive dramas, 4 shows stand in for the disparate ambitions and uses of theatre.
As the director of a new production at TFANA, Timpo joins the project of belatedly celebrating a great but largely overlooked American playwright.
Not every Jewish role needs to be cast with Jewish actors, but for plays with antisemitic elements, strong Jewish representation is a must.
The playwright of ‘Middletown’ and ‘Thom Pain’ talks about his new Ibsen adaptation, ‘Gnit,’ the often winding pursuit of the self, and the lessons of community.
How Fornés’s landmark play can teach us to imagine different ways of living, fighting, and making theatre.
A Zoom production by Bard College students gets a second life as a TFANA co-presentation, with sets, lights, props, and live editing.
Artists behind the 1977 premiere of María Irene Fornés’s groundbreaking play compare notes with artists from a new revival.