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The annual award recognizes an individual working in the theatre field who is committed to increasing Latinx representation across disciplines and includes a $5,000 unrestricted prize.
The award is granted annually to a Minnesota artist and comes with a $100,000 prize.
Long associated with the New York-based Phoenix Theater, she went to work as a general manager on several Broadway and Off-Broadway shows.
Box office isn't the main revenue source for most nonprofit theatres, nor is pricing the biggest barrier for most patrons---but both sides of this exchange could benefit from more transparen…
In the waning days of the 2022-23 season, I had a realization: Much of what appeared to be thriving onstage where I live in the Washington, D.C., area had been born elsewhere. This was the c…
How a 68-seat cultural gem on the Jersey shore has stood the test of time for the sake of new plays.
Jacob, known as "the Godfather of Sound," will receive the lifetime achievement award at the Henry Hewes Design Awards on Oct. 23.
An experienced director, he will look to deepen and strengthen the company's working-class programming.
This month Woodzick talks to the Seattle-based director about creating a safe yet accountable rehearsal room, taking Shakespeare off a pedestal, and embracing body hair.
How 2 directors on either side of the U.S./Mexico border created a traveling theatre piece that both demystifies and complicates the stories of fronterizos.
As the fall season gets under way, Chicago's theatre scene offers plenty to be excited about, even as issues in the field continue to bubble under the surface.
This year's recipients include design team dots, costume designer Brenda Abbandandolo, lighting designer Barbara Samuels, sound designer Tei Blow, media designer Kameron Neal, and puppetry…
This year's grants will support innovative and socially engaged productions at theatres in Colorado, California, Oregon, Washington, and Arizona.
He plans to leave at the end of 2024-25 season, after more than 3 decades at the theatre, and more than 4 decades in theatre administration.
As the Congo Square executive director dons a new leadership hat for the African American Arts Alliance of Chicago, she's centering community and the needs of Chicago's Black artists.
At La MaMa last spring, the two directors gathered to talk about actors, audiences, censorship, dislocation, and the haven of the rehearsal room.
This month Brian talks to Nathan Alan Davis about growing up with performer parents and how his own parenting influences his work.
She'll have run the company she founded for 45 years, after leading it from 2 Off-Broadway theatres to join 3 other nonprofits who also run Broadway houses.
Lear deBessonet, Nataki Garrett, and Clyde Valentin will lead the public works project.
Bringing together activists, citizens, and theatremakers to dramatize extraction's impact on local communities, this unique theatre project has created a community all its own.
In a triptych of plays, now onstage in Santa Monica, Calif., the Ukrainian playwright responds with ferocity to the invasion of his country.
In taking a solo show to Kyiv, I joined in a statement of solidarity, common humanity, and everyday expression in the face of invasion.
With a book by Eric Simonson and songs by the Violent Femmes' Gordon Gano, Milwaukee Rep brings a legendary true crime saga to the city where it began.
On this episode Kelundra and J.R. talk to the Atlanta playwright about Chicago's month-long celebration in her honor, the value of community-driven storytelling, and her new play 'Something …
Philadelphia Theatre Company and others have received project funding.
As he caps his 30-year tenure, the University of Chicago Office of the Provost will lead a comprehensive search for his successor in the coming months.
Guadalís Del Carmen, Cassandra Medley, Aya Ogawa, and Kit Yan will each receive unrestricted cash awards of $30,000.
The report analyzes a variety of data about NTP advisors, grantees, and creators.
The fourth of this prolific playwright's 2023 premieres, 'The Refuge Plays,' is also his most ambitious and searching.
Selected from the second largest applicant pool in the Fellowship's century-plus history, they will join a diverse group at the residency's New England grounds.
The annual celebration returns with discounted performances, discussions, and other events.