Already in his short time so far at D.C.’s Shakespeare Theatre Company, Simon Godwin has striven to redefine the stage canon.
The new year-long effort aims to support artistic development at and among Baltimore Center Stage, Woolly Mammoth, Long Wharf, and the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis.
Some Washington, D.C., theatre leaders gathered last month to discuss their anti-racism work, both individually and collectively.
A co-production among Woolly Mammoth, the Huntington, and Pasadena Playhouse gives new life to Mike Lew’s disability-themed spin on ‘Richard III.’
A new streaming platform from Broadway on Demand offers a place for regional theatres to introduce themselves to national, even global audiences.
The spring season will feature new and returning on-demand and live streaming productions.
Autumn J. Mitchell, Jeremy Pesigan, and Citlali Pizarro will work in the Production, New Work, and Connectivity departments, respectively.
The free collection of works and resources centering Black women artists will be available through March 31.
Leaders at OSF and Woolly Mammoth will each receive $500,000 and will join a distinguished cohort of female leaders.
Due to the pandemic, the inaugural cohort will begin remotely in March 2021.