Whitewash 'In the Heights'? Chicago, You Can Do Better
Authorial intent should be paramount, and “We couldn’t find any actors” is no longer a viable excuse.
Screen Time Onstage: Technology Is Changing the TYA Game
Two shows at the New Victory Theater show the importance of technology in live performances for young audiences.
Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation Announces Fellowship Winners
The 2016 recipients are Joshua Chase Gold and Diana Rodriguez.
The Barrow Group Announces 2016-17 Season
A pair of comedies will be featured alongside Ibsen's 'Enemy of the People' in theatre's mainstage season.
Onstage This Week: July 25-31
From Fish Creek, Wisc., to Washington, D.C., from presidential elections to fairy tales, it is an exciting week for theatre.
‘Unexpected Joy’: It Really Comes Together When Mom Sings Along
A new musical from Bill Russell and Janet Hood tells the story of three generations of female musicians.
Exiles and Entrances, Stages and States at TCG's Global Pre-Conference
Attendees from more than 25 countries convened to share common issues and address persistent divisions.  
The State of Our Theatre Nation
More than 1,100 theatre folks from all over the world gathered, connected, testified, and strategized at TCG’s conference Washington, D.C.