AMERICAN THEATRE Features Calendar
At AMERICAN THEATRE, we've long published a few regular issues:
• October's Annual Season Preview
• January Approaches to Theatre Training
• May/June International Issue
• July/August: Design & Technology
Now, we're working on giving every issue a theme - not as a promise to definitively cover the last word on every topic, but as a way to focus our attention and go deep on a particular area, trend, or theme that strikes as worthy of more exploration. Some recent examples include Latinx theatre in the U.S., Native American theatre, Angels in America, Fundraising & Development, to name a few.
Story calendar is subject to change
COMING IN JULY/AUGUST 2018
Theatre Design & Technology
LET THERE BE LIGHTING
Theatre is as much a visual as a verbal medium, and among the key perceptual guides not only to what we see but how we see it are theatrical lighting designers.
Though it’s only been officially recognized as its own distinct profession since the 1940s, the manipulation of light and its properties has been an integral part of theatre making since its beginning.
This special issue will look at the latest developments in the craft and technology of illumination, including a career- summing profile of the groundbreaking lighting-design duo Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer.
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Profile “Break beat” playwright Idris Goodwin
Profile Ilana M. Brownstein, director of new work at Boston’s Company One.
Full-length playscript TBA
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Currently on AmericanTheatre.org
WHO DO WE THINK WE ARE?
Perchance to ‘Dream’
DACA recipients, feeling unwelcome in the country they call home, claim a home onstage
Seeing Themselves Onstage
Theatres find new ways to relate to immigrant and refugee communities, not only as audiences but as partners
The Refuge of the Stage
What roles can theatre play in the global refugee crisis? Healing, representation—and diversion
Children of the Journey
So much U.S. theatre, from O’Neill to Udofia, has been inspired by the stories of playwrights’ immigrant parents
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