Theatres don’t need fancy tech to manage box office and customer data, but they do need a system.
From a director of patron services in D.C. to a dramaturg in Illinois, here are some theatre folks you should have on your radar.
A designer who continually remade the Performing Garage and the Wilma, he was also a ready teacher, mentor, and problem-solver.
Each path has its pros and cons, its complications and its trade-offs, as these case studies show.
The Philly theatre will also present a world premiere by Christopher Chen and ‘Blood Wedding’ by Federico García Lorca.
An American playwright gets a presumption-smashing crash course in European theatre at Poland’s Dialog festival.
She took a new job in a new city, bought a new home—and then got a breast cancer diagnosis. She’s getting by with a little from her friends, including Sam Beckett.
Paula Vogel’s “Don Juan Comes Home from Iraq,” which envisions the story of Don Juan as a Marine suffering from PTSD, runs at the Wilma Theater in Philadelphia.
Pioneering architects remind us that a theatre is more than just a building–and that, sometimes, it needn’t even be a building at all.
The forecast is neither foul nor fair—and theatres are planning accordingly.