Designed to provide access to innovative outdoor and digital premieres, as well as archival works from the HERE vault, it will launch in November.
In ‘i need space,’ a new digital series from Donja R. Love, Ashely gets the chance to play a Black, trans, and HIV-positive character whose experience harmonizes with his own.
1812 Productions didn’t just come up with a way to collaborate with designers on mini-stagings of ‘King Lear’ during the pandemic—they also turned it into a bake-off-style web series.
As ‘Clyde’s’ prepares for a Broadway-level simulcast, a smaller theatre upstate highlights some of the difficulties and benefits of this hybrid approach.
Most theatres found that COVID-era digital offerings have lost money, a new survey shows, though some continue to value the access and experimentation.
How we can make the most of the possibilities of liveness, technology, and human innovation.
As theatremakers celebrate the return to in-person, in-venue performances, it’s imperative to keep open the doors offered by digital theatre and celebrate its place alongside the stage.
Part of the Goodman Theatre’s LIVE series, the new staging combines the best of theatre and live television for a unique theatrical outing.
This year’s festival will be a hybrid online and in-person event to keep the enhanced accessibility offered by digital presentations.
How 2 eerie virtual offerings, ‘Someone Else’s House’ and Darkfield Radio, managed to creep into my personal space and give me genuine chills.