The Boston high schooler took first place and a $3,000 scholarship, with Atlanta’s Eryn Regans in second and Greensboro, N.C.’s Laylah Cooper-Hallman third.
3 years after shutdown, despite some encouraging signs, most U.S. theatres are struggling to get audiences to commit.
In riffing on works by Arthur Miller and Lorraine Hansberry, 3 new plays by Kimberly Belflower, Kelundra Smith, and Eleanor Burgess alternately explore and explode what was missing from the originals.
Efforts like the Black Seed, the Drinking Gourd, Next Wave initiative, and the Sprinkle-Hamlin award are directing funding to develop work by Black artists.
True Colors and the Hansberry Project have created a new commissioning program to address the dearth of Black work on American stages.
Theatres in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina focus on how they can best serve their communities when they can’t do it from their stages.
3 costume designers indulge their ’80s nostalgia to varying degrees in 3 separate productions of Jocelyn Bioh’s ‘School Girls.’
The complete text of speeches by Jamil Jude, Monique Holt, and Nikkole Salter that opened last week’s TCG 2020 virtual conference.
The Tony-winning director looks back on his leadership at True Colors, what’s next for him, and why he loves the Atlanta theatre scene.
The success of Black artists should be good for Black theatres, but too often there’s a disconnect.