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The New York theatre announces an array of productions for young people and family audiences.
Critic Christine Dolen and local theatre leaders Joseph Adler and Mario Ernesto Sanchez introduce TCG attendees to the vibrant Miami theatre scene.
The Minneapolis theatre will feature plays by Carla Ching, Jiehae Park, and Lauren Yee.
The Brooklyn theatre will also present new works from Thomas Ostermeier and Daniel Kitson, and remount Good Chance Theatre's 'The Jungle.'
Three productions centering around well-known children’s book characters and historical figures are on for the theatre’s 2019-20 season.
The women-focused collective has released a new list of under-produced plays by female, trans, and non-binary writers.
The three playwrights discuss the importance of building and maintaining relationships in this industry.
The 2019-20 lineup will include works by Vanessa Claire Stewart, Dave Hanson, Bob DeRosa, and Madhuri Shekar.
Thirteen productions will receive support to extend rehearsal and development time for new plays and musicals.
The NYC theatre will make its building and programming accessible for audiences and theatre artists with disabilities.
Each playwright will receive three productions at the Portland theatre over two seasons.
The Friends interview NYC's Public Advocate, react to the Tony Award results, and share thoughts on 'Octet,' 'Little Women,' and 'Nomad Motel.'
Rider will co-lead the company with incoming artistic director Melia Bensussen.
Last week at the Colorado New Play Festival in Steamboat Springs, work by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins and Jill Sobule, among others, searched for its sound and form.
The lineup will feature works by Patricia Burke Brogan, Gerard Mannix Flynn, and Emma Donoghue.
From the end of the Federal Theatre Project to the Utah Shakespeare Festival's first indoor space and a Tonys milestone by Phylicia Rashad, June has been a significant month for theatre.
The lineup will include two plays developed as part of the Antaeus Playwrights Lab.
This theatre company in the Music City, founded by a singer who lost her voice, now strives to put women's voices centerstage.
Schools from Long Island, Westchester, and Manhattan were recognized in the annual honors for high school theatre students in the Greater NYC region.
Mendoza’s play 'Machine Learning' was selected to receive developmental support.
The performer/director/leadership coach, who founded San Francisco's Ferocious Lotus, will take the reins of the Twin Cities company this fall.
The musical 'Hadestown' took top honors in a hopeful ceremony that pointed the way forward for the theatre field.
Artistic director of the Tony-winning TheatreWorks, who will step down in 2020, looks back on 50 years of growth and new work.
The Off-Broadway theatre will present the new David Henry Hwang/Jeanine Tesori musical and a world premiere by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey, and Kwame Kwei-Armah.
The critics give their unofficial annual best production and performance awards—and Off-Broadway and regional productions are fair game.
The gathering, which featured YA novelist Jason Reynolds, focused on eliminating barriers—especially ones between kids and adults.
How the Tony-nominated star of 'To Kill a Mockingbird' stays in the moment, even a complicated one.
In ‘Ms. Blakk for President,’ the two are unearthing a forgotten slice of queer history and drawing parallels to today’s presidential race.
At the 2019 ceremony honoring Broadway, Off-Broadway, and Off-Off-Broadway, the biggest winners were Broadway shows.
Coming this fall: a new artist-driven online journal from the Lillys that aims to widen and diversify the discourse.
The initiative will allow 500 students to see 'What the Constitution Means to Me' on Broadway.