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The prize recognizes the writer for ‘How the Light Gets In' and comes with $25,000.
Arts fests from Wisconsin to S.C. may survive a summer of virtual connection and outreach, but lean times are ahead for the towns where they take place.
Theatre is the practice of putting dreams into action, so why don't we use this time to dream, not about some uncertain future, but about what we can start doing now?
Like George Bailey in 'It's a Wonderful Life,' we have the chance to glimpse the world without our work. Will we make the most of what we learn in this down time?
As Atlanta's Out of Hand Theater takes its Equitable Dinner series online, they can increase their reach, even if they can't pass the salt.
PCPA's Santa Maria programming, as well as its collaboration with Solvang TheatreFest, has been canceled.
The company has also postponed its annual Sarasota Improv Festival to next year.
From book launches to improv shows, from archived productions to cooking classes, here are some theatre (and theatre-adjacent) online offerings.
Knowing Diane Rodriguez was like inhabiting an adventure story whose protagonist hatches big plans and invites you to come along.
As Utah Shakes’s summer season shutters, theatres from Missouri to Massachusetts weigh alternatives to staying dark for the rest of 2020.
New York City performance venues and indie companies will hold an emergency town hall on rent forgiveness this month.
Two canceled 2019-20 productions highlight a shortened 3-show season.
Minus his usual blood and mayhem, the 'Vietgone' playwrights tells a touching and funny personal story in a new podcast series for Playwrights Horizons.
From the first Black character on a U.S. stage to a fire at NYC's Park Theatre and the birth of the Guthrie in Minneapolis, May has been a notable month for theatre.
After 25 years at the helm of Atlanta's Theatrical Outfit, Key is ready for his next act.
In lieu of a 2020-21 season, the musical theatre-focused Minneapolis theatre will reinvest in artists.
Data from Shugoll and IMPACTS research confirm a profound reluctance to return to live performances in enclosed spaces.
The Twin Cities powerhouse announces a three-show season at a drastically reduced budget.
The free online convening will feature a keynote speech from Chelsea Clinton.
Playwrights in the Dramatists Guild of America Council recognize Jackson's musical 'A Strange Loop.'
The pandemic may mean that doors are closed and money is tight, but companies are keeping physical spaces running and ready for an eventual return.
Four artists have been selected to present works as part of the company's 2020-21 programming.
Technology is a scene partner in a new made-for-Zoom version of Qui Nguyen's action-adventure comedy at the University of Maryland.
Folks to have on your radar: an experimental puppeteer, an actor who's a resident artist, a playwright exploring queer Latinx identity, and more.
The season will feature the world premiere of a 'Hamlet' adaptation from James Ijames and productions of 'Fairview' and 'Heroes of the Fourth Turning.'
How U.S. theatres are innovating and adapting to stay connected with the young people they typically serve with in-person programs and classes.
In addition to helping shore up the local nonprofit arts and cultural sector, the organization has released a study on COVID-19's economic impact.
The Bay Area theatre will present new works and celebrate its 25th anniversary online this summer.
The appointment of Daniels accompanies the creation of three new roles in the theatre's executive structure.
The festival's 43rd edition will feature new plays by Tyler English-Beckwith, Stefani Kuo, Jordan Ramirez Puckett, Deneen Reynolds-Knott, and Noelle Viñas.
A sage producer who supported and enabled visionary leaders and artists, he had a touch of the visionary about him as well.