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Nick Hadikwa Mwaluko and Ayla Xuan Chi Sullivan will receive $5,000 to develop new work thanks to a new fellowship for Black trans and gender nonconforming (TGNC) playwrights.
Theatres from New York to Houston, brought together by Chicago director Chuck Smith, are joining forces to advance and advocate for their work.
The company is offering a total of 48 fellowships in 20 different areas of the theatre field.
This year's recipients are Ashembaga (Ashe) Jaafaru, Margaret Ogas, and Alys Ayumi Ogura.
After 16 years at the helm of the L.A. regional powerhouse, he'll step aside at the end of this calendar year.
Finalists for this year's prize were 'Circle Jerk' by Michael Breslin and Patrick Foley and 'Stew' by Zora Howard.
With $1.635 million in support from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, the program aims to benefit U.S.-based theatres of color.
INTAR Theatre's MicoTEATRO project celebrates a Manhattan district that may be poised to take off as a theatre destination.
The pandemic forced a conversation about filmed performance and audience access. Let's not drop the ball.
After producing an air-clearing gathering last June, the organizers of CREAT ATL still have their eyes on accountability for the city's theatres.
Love will receive a $5,000 cash award, developmental guidance, and dramaturgical support from Philadelphia Theatre Co. for his new play, 'What Will Happen to All That Beauty?'
How a group of Black femme theatremakers made Kathleen Collins's undersung work a site of communion and affirmation.
The Harrisburg company's 36th season will feature 10 productions, including Jackie Sibblies Drury's Pulitzer-winning 'Fairview.'
The slate includes works by Joanna Murray-Smith, Michael Hollinger, Donja R. Love, Lynn Nottage, and Ken Ludwig.
The season will feature 5 productions, including Matthew Lopez's two-part 'The Inheritance.'
From Caffe Cino to The Theatre Offensive, a look back at gay, lesbian, trans, and queer theatre milestones.
The new movie musical can be experienced as a virtual beauty shop, where a multigenerational matriarchy keeps the faith and carries the stories.
For an entire afternoon of its 2021 virtual conference, TCG turned programming over to theatremakers who are 30 and younger.
Wolpert will depart on June 30 as he looks to pursue change in the field from outside of an institution.
The virtual start-up from Paula Vogel will work with the McCarter for the 2021-22 and 2022-23 seasons, starting with a re-release of Eisa Davis's 'Bulrusher.'
The 8-show season will feature world premieres from Keith Josef Adkins, Deborah Zoe Laufer, and KJ Sanchez.
Core Writers include Mathilde Dratwa, L M Feldman, Franky D. Gonzalez, Yilong Liu, TyLie Shider, Deborah Yarchun, and Nathan Yungerberg.
Headlining this year's awards gala will be Estelle Parsons, who will receive a lifetime achievement award.
As the nation's outdoor theatres prepare to return to stages this summer, some have concerns about capacity and safety, while others are roaring back at full speed.
Some companies, eager to return to the stage, are building new ones outdoors, gambling that al fresco offerings will both serve and draw their communities.
Theatremakers in New York, Philadelphia, and Seattle are meeting audiences at the park, in the street, and all places in between.
When it comes to Shakespeare and Western classics, questions of legacy and belonging get raised when Black men take the stage---and the answers are increasingly clear and powerful.
To celebrate the resilience of the city's Off-Off-Broadway/indie theatres, the awards will focus on lifting up artists and companies rather than productions.
The historic San Francisco venue will become the home of an immersive, acrobatic tribute to the city and its essence.
Ruben Jauregui Jr. and Mark Stringham will serve as interim executive director and interim artistic director, respectively.
The slate includes a new musical about Ruth Bader Ginsburg and a co-production with Rattlestick of a play by christopher oscar peña.