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At 92, the multi-hyphenate artist and Obie-winning playwright reflects on a long career in and around the theatre.
The documentary theatre company partners with newsrooms, playwrights, and theatres to do a kind of stage journalism well suited to tell complicated human stories.
A fierce, unsentimental explorer of the human experience, she was also a subversive wit and a dear friend, especially to her audiences.
After experiencing bias and harassment at predominantly white institutions, 4 leaders founded their own companies to advocate for Black artists.
The artistic director expanded the ensemble and the theatre's offerings, and spearheaded a campaign for a new space.
The Tony-winning actor and singer talks about the impact he feels fortunate to have made as an artist.
After the Drama Division hosted a pointlessly traumatic 'slavery immersion' exercise last fall, some Black students are still hurting and asking for redress.
Reuler will depart in July 2022 after helping the company transition to a new model around social justice.
How one theatremaker combined his love for 'Planet of the Apes' with the concept of Victorian toy theatre to create a long-running show.
San José succeeds Loretta Greco at the San Francisco organization.
The award, which includes a $10,000 prize, was established to recognize a female, trans, or nonbinary early-career director who has demonstrated a unique vision in their work.
The season will feature all ensemble-written plays and the opening of the company's new 400-seat Round Theater.
A series of pop-up performances will populate the Ohio theatre's May slate.
Producing the audio play 'Ich Bin Ein Berliner' didn't just spark personal memories; it also spurred reflections on who theatre is for and what it can do.
It's long past time to rethink the beloved musical's whitewash of Anna Leonowens, a mixed-race woman whose books lied about more than just her background.
Bergman will helm the foundation founded by Del Shores to find and nurture new Southern queer artistic voices.
Working with Emmy-winning television producer Christina Tye, the company will present 'The Sound Inside,' 'Ohio State Murders,' and 'I Hate It Here.'
In addition to the season, the company is launching a new WPA initiative aimed at getting artists and gig workers back to work.
The 2021-22 season will feature 2 world premieres and 7 total productions while the Huntington Theatre undergoes renovations.
The festival will feature 3 world premiere productions, all performed outside and socially distanced.
In an interview from 1987, the great American playwright talks about his work and his plans, and about the moment he found his unique voice.
This month Brian talks to the playwright of 'Water by the Spoonful' and 'In the Heights' about her new memoir, 'My Broken Language.'
Along with his provocative, form-breaking plays, his great work of the last few decades was a mentorship style that was expansive, dialogic, opinionated but undogmatic.
A new streaming platform from Broadway on Demand offers a place for regional theatres to introduce themselves to national, even global audiences.
The actor and educator talks about the reasons for their departure from Broadway's 'Moulin Rouge!' and about the theatre field they'd like to help build.
After running the influential Off-Broadway powerhouse since 1988, he will depart next summer; a search for his successor is underway.
Director/playwright Kareem Fahmy has created an open-source spreadsheet to match BIPOC directors with theatres and playwrights.
Cofield will begin a 3-year appointment in September, succeeding previous chair Mark Wing-Davey and interim chair Janet Zarish.
The artistic director of the Twin Cities' Penumbra reflects on an outrageous paradox: that Black vulnerability could exculpate white violence.
Sylvia Khoury, Jordan E. Cooper, and Donnetta Lavinia Grays will each receive a $50,000 prize.
At Seattle's Red Eagle Soaring, Sayet and Moses will share artistic director duties, modeling and shaping a decolonized process to better serve Native youth.