JULY FEATURED CONTENT
|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.