AMERICAN THEATRE FEATURES CALENDAR


Story calendar is subject to change

At AMERICAN THEATRE, we've long published a few regular issues: our Annual Season Preview Issue in October, our International Issue each May/June, our Annual Approaches to Theatre Training Issue in January.

But in recent years, we've tried to give 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 a special issue on Latinx theatre in the U.S.; one on compensation; another on the uses of magic, illusion, and technology in design.

COMING IN SEPTEMBER 2017
DOCUMENTARY THEATRE

Theatre gets real in this overview of a genre that goes by many names and encompasses many approaches, from verbatim to investigative plays, from interviews to memoirs. We'll look at the latest developments in this reality-based form, while also casting an eye back for antecedents, since, like many theatrical forms, this constitutes more of a tradition than a trend.

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE:

  • •  How Portland, Ore.'s folk/rock sensation Blitzen Trapper
        made a show at their town's biggest theatre, Portland Center Stage
  • •  Tadashi Suzuki's historic visit to the U.S. and to NYC's SITI Company
  • •  Theatres adapt to serve audiences on the autism spectrum
  • •  Theatre companies team with colleges to develop new plays
  • •  Full-length Playscript: TBA

  • Reservation Deadline: July 15          Art Due: July 22

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    2017-2018 Editorial Calendar

           OCTOBER 2017 – Annual SEASON PREVIEW Issue: The Art of Season Planning

           NOVEMBER 2017 – Theatre Of Protest

           DECEMBER 2017 – Faith Onstage + Full-Length Playscript

           JANUARY 2018 – Annual APPROACHES TO THEATRE TRAINING: Directing

           FEBRUARY 2018 – The Crisis of Arts Criticism + Full-Length Playscript

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        July/August 2017
        DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY: THEATRE ARCHITECTURE

         A Space for Us
         Improvise, imitate, formalize, reject, repeat - the cycle of theatrical innovation keeps turning

         Appetite for Construction
         A national sampler of new theatre buildings, renovations, and rethinks

         Production Notebook: Building a 'Mountain' to Scale
         Austin's Rude Mechs bid farewell to their home base, the Off Center, with an irreverent ode to impermanence

         Ginnifer Goodwin and Allen Leech's Cosmic Pairing in 'Constellations'
          The stars of the Nick Payne play at Los Angeles' Geffen Playhouse talk about returning to the stage

         The Ladies Who lead: Rachel Chavkin, Diane Paulus, and Susan Stroman Talk Shop
         The three directors discuss what it means to be women working in musicals on Broadway - and getting Tonys for it

         In Memoriam: Martha Lavey
         At the helm of one of America's great ensembles, she led Steppenwolf -
         and the American Theatre - to even greater height, depth, and breadth

         Currents
         The Public Works program expands to Detroit, Dallas, and Seattle

         Strategies
         Chicago Shakespeare Theater finds a flexible new space in the Yard

         Global Spotlight
         Moscow's Golden Mask reveals that in Russia, popularity comes with scrutiny

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