The forces attacking the human rights and free expression of the most marginalized among us know exactly what they’re doing, but we have a way to fight back: the stage.
The longtime artistic director of Oregon Children’s Theatre lived out his passion for supporting the development of others, both onstage and off.
A joint program of In Other People’s Shoes Productions and Camp Bob Waldorf, the pilot will center on a new play by José Cruz González.
A leading maker of plays for young people thinks of good storytelling as an alert, wakeful, but necessarily uncertain journey through the unknown.
The theatre for young audiences will return to in-person programming in November.
The soul-healing and community-building qualities of children’s theatre, a key part of the Federal Theatre Project, should be central to any new deal for the arts.
Finding ways to off-set the impact of international touring was a hot topic at recent TYA gatherings.
Honolulu Theatre for Youth’s longtime managing director forever changed TYA, in the islands and beyond.
With a season of original and adapted puppet shows for young audiences (and occasionally adults), Mesner makes theatre that is deeply felt, among other materials.
11 artistic teams will develop new works to expand the TYA canon.