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As he cedes control, a string of hits will be left in the hands of others.
Surviving the shutdown with loans and donations, theater leaders look to the future and how to bring people back to shows.
Beginning in October, the lineup features 12 musicals playing to theaters at full capacity. Fingers crossed.
“Here I Am” is Mélisande Short-Colomb’s story, written at Georgetown University and premiering Tuesday.
In New York, performance spaces are slowly opening up with severe restrictions and safety protocols.
A pilot program tests theater safety protocols as part of the ongoing NY PopsUp festival.
Three Washington companies are experimenting with more visually complex work online.
Round House Theatre brings Colman Domingo’s memory play online. It’s streaming through April 18.
Off-Broadway company the New Group launches an innovative digital era with its Off Stage programming.
The Small Business Administration has $16 billion to give in Shuttered Venue grants, but applications don’t open until April.
The Bengsons’ “My Joy Is Heavy!” debuts online as the first in Arena Stage’s series of filmed musicals.
“Twyla Moves,” premiering March 26 on PBS, offers a look at the legendary choreographer’s creative process.
The story of one show’s highs — and a devastating low — is also a story of resilience.
“Reopening Theaters: Lessons From Countries Who’ve Done It” is the kickoff discussion on Thursday.
He superbly plays the Bard’s greatest villains in his one-man “All the Devils Are Here,” a Shakespeare Theatre Company production running online through July 28.
“It turns out that part of what became necessary to give the company a truly blank slate was to erase myself as well,” the artistic director says.
Vigilance and negligible coronavirus transmission rates have allowed theaters to reopen Down Under.
Artistic Director Molly Smith continues her original films with “Indigenous Earth Voices” as part of the theater’s virtual spring lineup.
The nine-year-old Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics specializes in empathy.
“NY PopsUp” will begin at the Javits Center on Feb. 20 and spread statewide over six months.
Woolly Mammoth Theatre is streaming the wryly poignant one-man show until Feb. 28.
The actor, who worked in theater, film and television, was an old-school gentleman and a consummate performer.
Signature Theatre unveils its “Simply Sondheim” online with 12 delightful performers.
“Another Day’s Begun,” an oral history by Howard Sherman, features more than 100 actors and directors involved in productions of the classic Thornton Wilder play.
The company’s artistic producer had a taste for classical productions with innovative twists.
Lady Gaga, Garth Brooks, J.Lo and a young poet all supply breakout supporting moments.
Online festival of Kennedy works concludes with this mesmerizing world premiere.
Hugh Jackman, Amy Schumer, Chris Rock and Wynton Marsalis are among the major stars signing on to perform.
New groups such as Be an #ArtsHero take their agendas for aid and recognition to Congress.
The crowdsourced online musical, about a rat with culinary dreams, is a promising first course.
Companies coast to coast and beyond are revving up their own adaptations for Web consumption.