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Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon's new play, a sort of 'Pride and Prejudice' sequel, makes a bid for the holiday canon.
Chosen by the Lark out of 286 applicants, she'll embark on a two-year fellowship to develop a new play.
Ten new works for young audiences will be created through the LabWorks Artists program.
The Chicago theatre will celebrate various facets of pop music history with its season 'Movers and Shakers.'
How set designer Sean Riley paid homage to Robert Wilson without copying him.
From a Cape Cod playwright to a versatile Chicago director, from a D.C. producer to an Austin production coordinator, here are some folks you should have on your radar.
From the first theatre lit by electricity to the debut of 'Streetcar,' 'Show Boat,' and 'The Great White Hope,' December was a bountiful month in U.S. theatre history.
Kaminski leaves her post as associate artistic director of Seattle Rep to succeed Ted Pappas in Steel City.
In addition to the usual perennial holiday fare, December shows repurpose classic tales for all ages.
I spoke and emailed with more than 100 people who have suffered harassment without redress in theatre workplaces. What does that say about the field?
Readers respond to a story about the history of Suzuki and SITI Company, and an article about conservative theatremakers.
The company, which previously announced its closure, will remain open after a $100,000 donation.
Three attendees reflect on what they learned at the Berkshire Leadership Summit.
The new female-led event and performance space promises to offer an artistic home to New York City creators.
On this week's podcast, Terry Teachout wrote a play! Can Peter Marks and Elisabeth Vincentelli review it? Plus, an interview with director of the moment Lila Neugebauer.
Succession and the search process, "cost disease," and other nonprofit fundamentals were on the table as the field met in NYC in early November.
The festival will include works by Sigrid Gilmer, David Jacobi, Kemp Powers, Barbara Seyda, José Cruz González, Matthew Lopez, and Lauren Yee.
Two critics address themselves to critical models, both of the economic and the aesthetic kind.
The 2018 season will feature Dolly Parton’s '9 to 5,' Neil Simon’s 'Barefoot in the Park,' and the 35th annual Young Audience Outreach Tour.
Janney returns to the festival as honorary chair after serving on the honorary committee at the inaugural festival in 2015.
We have so many theatre riches before us. If we don't engage with them fully and forthrightly, we're effectively taking them for granted.
We know too well the laments about shrinking critical jobs and authority. But are we looking for the future in all the wrong places?
Reviewers and reports are an endangered species. Here's how some of them are surviving---and even thriving.
Three theatre critics of color who are used to being the only one who looks like them on the aisle seat.
There may be as many kinds of writers about theatre as there are kinds of theatre. Here’s a handy guide.
Sure, theatres can find ways to spread the word without critics, but patrons still want---and deserve---disinterested reviews.
The crushing homogeneity of theatre criticism means it’s missing crucial perspectives—and its relevance to readers.
The legendary critic and impresario is still writing every day, though he's largely left the battlefield to other warriors.
Choice notes from an extraordinary theatregoing career, documenting trends and artists of the late 20th-century stage.
The bad news: a huge drop in charitable giving and no itemized deductions for freelancers. The good news? An amendment could fix the giving part.