The D.C. theatre will work with five organizations that share a commitment to inclusion, anti-racism, and social justice.
Theatres across the U.S., shut down due to the pandemic, scramble to make their lobbies refuges for protesters to rest and recharge.
How theatre companies are adapting their tentpole fundraising events to an online environment, opening virtual doors to all in hopes of opening checkbooks.
The critics talk to Woolly Mammoth’s Maria Manuela Goyanes about theatre in the age of COVID-19, and discuss the relative merits of online theatre.
The 2020 cohort includes Ayanna Berkshire, Tonia Jackson, Stephen Wolfert, Leila Buck, Shannon Dorsey, and Moses Goods.
Baltimore Center Stage, Long Wharf Theatre, the Public Theater, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, and Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company commission micro-plays for home use.
If we can’t have theatre until we can gather again safely, what are U.S. theatres and artists going to do in the meantime, and after?
The ecosystem of the American theatre field is characterized by mobility as well as mentorship.
She comes to the D.C. theatre from the Alliance in Atlanta.
María Manuela Goyanes’s season will feature ‘What to Send Up When It Goes Down,’ ‘Fairview,’ and more.