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Studies, including one from Shugoll Research on D.C.-area theatregoers, see a decline from already low numbers, with the comfort zone stretching to spring 2021.
The California company's 20th anniversary season will resume in July of 2021.
The Maryland company is offering contactless pick-up service of food and beverages from its local bar and café vendors.
To support this transition, the organization has also promoted Katherine Harroff and Jesse Perez.
From festival readings to benefit cabarets, on-demand stage captures to immersive soundscapes, there's no shortage of at-home theatre.
The virtual workshop will teach 26 NYC educators about directing in the classsroom.
The New Mexico company, hit by the cancellation of its international-focused Revolutions Festival, will close down to retire debt and reevaluate.
The group, with founding members including Audra McDonald, Phylicia Rashad, and Billy Porter, unites Black voices for social change.
The organization will support anti-racism through eight areas of community and educational programming.
Young theatre artists will participate in a week-long professional program and collaborate on 24-hour projects.
The Chicago theatre will begin its season in February 2021 and move a planned world premiere to the 2021-22 season.
The Idaho new-play development conference, usually an intense, immersive small-town experience, went virtual this year but kept its spirit intact.
The free online workshop, open to non-Scouts, will feature music and choreography from 'Frozen,' 'Aladdin!' and 'The Lion King.'
A special edition of the 24 Hour Plays: Viral Monologues series will benefit Arizona Theatre Company.
The director rounds out a stellar season with a radio rendering of a play salvaged from the Public Theater's canceled Shakespeare in the Park season.
This year the organization recognizes Patreshettarlini Adams, Alden J. Vasquez, and Robert Sutherland-Cohen.
The virtual event will include a pre-show fundraiser, special guests, and performances.
Miller joined the company as associate producer last spring.
As a revolution sparked amid a pandemic, the independent producer heard silence from her field, and started to listen for new voices.
The initiative, administered by 6 U.S. Regional Arts Organizations, will award $10 million in emergency grants.
The Pittsburgh company will produce and publish the selected works by middle and high school students.
Arts Midwest, in partnership with the NEA, awards $1.7 million to support Shakespeare programs with theatre companies, schools, and the juvenile justice system.
Grise will develop new works with local communities as part of the three-year residency.
Donations will go toward the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, plus 6 other organizations.
The new tour will bring together Marc Baylin and Alliance Artist Management in partnership with the Acting Company.
From the birth of P.T. Barnum to the Broadway transfer of 'A Chorus Line,' July was a hot month for U.S. theatre.
Yalom is stepping down after 22 years at the theatre he founded, and Eliezer will take over effective Sept. 1.
A group of 50 artists have been creating theatre-inspired work to be released virtually.
The founder and principal of Athena Communications will spend a 10-month appointment focusing on the theatre's equity, diversity, and inclusion goals.
Hernandez will work alongside founding artistic director Vincent M. Lancisi and fellow associate AD Noah Himmelstein.
The grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will allow Brooks to deepen her work on a series on Chicago mayors.