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The third annual festival from The Sol Project will feature new plays, a sneak peek at a new musical, short films, panels, and more.
The resident summer cohort of feminist producing organization Experimental B*tch Presents share thoughts on their works in progress.
The Hollywood Emmy nominee will star as Sammy Davis Jr. in the upcoming film.
Created with Fleabag producer Francesca Moody, the fund will provide grants to U.K. artists and professionals impacted by COVID-19.
The evening of creative protest features Patina Miller, Lynn Whitfield, Marcus Henderson, and more in world-premiere short works.
Broadcast over three nights, the free festival will feature 6 new works written and directed by Black womxn.
Adams' winning play, Ink’dWell, will receive virtual development support this fall.
Written by Ming Peiffer and directed by Whitney White, the digital performance from The New York Times premieres August 18.
The theatre company has adapted its 2020 Street Theater tour, Liberty or Just Us: A City Park Story, to the virtual space.
The Ailey All Access broadcast is from Three by Three, a 1985 PBS Great Performances television special.
Following Play It Forward, the Broadway producer officially launches On The Stage Streaming.
The song is the final single of her solo debut EP, SPACE DAUGHTER, which the Tony nominee conceived, produced, and co-directed.
The new play, conceived by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen, is based on first-person stories of New York City’s first responders during the COVID-19 crisis.
The new wave of digital works, now live, amplifies the work of Black designers and creative collaborators.
Gandja Monteiro will direct the upcoming feature drama, about a singer-songwriter from Chicago who mentors young performers.
The See Lighting Foundation campaign aims to distribute monthly $500 grants to 60 artists impacted by COVID-19.
Rehearsals and remote recording sessions are now underway for four of the 2020 Williamstown audio productions.
The show, from director-choreographer Kenny Ortega, premieres in the fall.
The evening of creative protest will premiere short world-premiere works from playwrights.
The film reunites Menken with Beauty and the Beast's Linda Woolverton, who is writing the film with Lauren Hynek and Elizabeth Martin, and lyricist Glenn Slater.
Inspired by the 16th-century "dance plague," the short experimental piece features a score from his Under the Skin collaborator Mica Levi.
The concert will support Higher Heights for America and its work mobilizing and electing Black women, and Field Team 6's efforts registering Democratic voters.
Transport Group will broadcast the video recording of the world-premiere musical to raise funds for the Black Theatre Network.
The new play by Stephen Beresford will be live streamed from the Old Vic stage for five performances.
Conor McPherson's play, re-imagined for the screen, will play virtually July 21–25, reuniting the cast of the original run.
See Jelani Remy, Kyle Taylor Parker, Alysha Umphress, and more sing the show's finale.
The book-length literary magazine, now available, is filled with essays, interviews, and new plays.
The Andrew Fried–helmed documentary tracks the hip-hop improv troupe's 15-year journey.
In Our Voices. Our Votes. Our Time., Davis will be joined by former Minority Leader Stacey Abrams and Vice President of Fair Count Dr. Jeanine Abrams McLean.