Concerts, a ‘Carol’ or 3, and a surfeit of readings, benefits, and other virtual theatre kick off December in abundant style.
This fall, the theatre will offer digital and audio productions.
The critics talk to Tamilla Woodard, co-artistic director of Working Theater, about her experience of racism in the theatre and her recommendations of how to fight it.
The Off-Broadway company welcomes back the director, who previously led its Five Boroughs/One City initiative.
The season will feature the Off-Broadway premiere of Dan Hoyle’s timely ‘Border People’.
Adam Kraar’s new play about the electrical workers’ community of Electchester examines its mix of idealism, racism, and class conflict.
There’s a staff switch at New York’s Working Theater, with B.J. Evans steps in as managing director and Nicholas Betito out as general manager.
To celebrate its 30th anniversary season, the NY-based company has commissioned plays about, and developed in, specific neighborhoods.