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Why a master interpreter of August Wilson thinks it's the right time to revisit but his 360-degree vision of Blackness.
The annual conference will celebrate Robert O'Hara, Jeremy O. Harris, New Georges, Donnetta Lavinia Grays, and Deadria Harrington.
The season will feature the American premiere of Sedef Ecer's 'At the Periphery.'
ED&I rewards good intentions, but it's time to take the next step and embrace anti-racist practice, which focuses on results.
The company's 55th season will include works by Lynn Nottage, Lucy Prebble, Wendy McLeod, and Jen Silverman.
The season will feature classics like 'Steel Magnolias' and new adaptations including 'Babette's Feast.'
The humanitarian award recognizes Moore's support of the Denver-area theatre community.
Garrett, the artistic director of Oregon Shakespeare Festival, is the first to receive the new award for mid-career female directors.
The initiative will center anti-racist and anti-colonialist approaches to staging theatrical intimacy.
A longtime Guthrie staffer, he influenced theatre across the U.S. and overseas with a humble but indomitable spirit.
Workplace discrimination and the lack of paid maternity leave are holding down employment numbers, according to Millikin University study.
On this back-to-the-season edition, Terry Teachout and Peter Marks talk about shows they've seen and answer questions from their mailbag.
What I learned from the critics and learned to tolerate the crickets.
Arizona Theatre Company will workshop Benne's play 'Alma.'
Jessica Kubzanksy and Cheryl Rizzo will join the company as artistic director and managing director, respectively.
How a small Florida theatre saved its big, foundering counterpart in a nearby town.
11 nonprofit theatres in New York City will serve as creative homes for eleven playwrights to develop new work.
The New York City company will support 7 writers through its developmental programs.
Playwrights Realm's Radical Parent-Inclusion Project aims to make theatre rehearsals more friendly and flexible for parents and caregivers.
A hefty new Ibsen biography gives us a deeply difficult man in full.
This New England theatre presents new and classic works all summer long.
A defense of artists who support themselves with day jobs, and a look at JoAnne Akalaitis's new Greek-messenger play.
The Texas-born, Oregon-based playwright imagines a Steinbeck sequel with timely resonance.
15 new plays and musicals will receive financial support to extend development and rehearsal time.
The gala will celebrate and support the Lymphatic Education & Research Network.
From the Broadway debuts of Shaw and female impersonator Julian Eltinge to Dell'Arte's move to Blue Lake and the beginnings of Chicago Dramatists, September has been a big month for theatre.
The New Brunswick Performing Arts Center will present works from New Jersey arts organizations.
The company's 26th season will feature works by Audrey Cefaly, Mark St. Germain, George Brant, and Lee Hall.
The foundation recognizes Tina Howe, Adrienne Kennedy, Dave Harris, Kit Yan, and Melissa Li.
The award recognizes her play 'Welcome to Matteson!'
The Philadelphia director and theatremaker succeeds Erin Reilly, the company's co-founder.