HUGE Theater makes a plea for improv reviews
When it comes to artistic inspiration, who has the right to tell what story?
Playlist editor Ira Brooker drops some thanks and gets a little weepy on his way out the door.
Theater folks love their nontraditional spaces, but are they always an asset to the art?
A New York Times piece looks at a crisis point for artists. So how bad is it out there?
Criticism is different when your audience can talk back to you.
Eleven years ago, wealthy Nebraska businessman James Herrold unjustly threw his only son, Paul, out of the family business. Now he wants Nero …
Winner of the 1936 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Idiot’s Delight is a romantic commentary on greed, idealism, love, and the grim …
1776: America's Prize Winning Musical
| Music and Lyrics by Sherman Edwards
Tilly is a kid and Tilly loves professional wrestling and today is Tilly’s 13th birthday. After learning her Mom’s TV repair …
For the fractious ruling elite, a deal with the devil seems a small price to pay to gain power… until the game has consequences. Richard …
All these people do it, like we do, for the love of theater. Check 'em out.
Local sound designer Katherine Horowitz looks into what kind of support sound designers get.
With the hubbub of transition in the air, did you miss this significant change at Great River Shakespeare?
The story of Black Americans during the reconstruction--presented on ice skates.
There's a lot to learn from how Randy Reyes has united the many aspects of his artistic career.
Learn 10 tips for surviving in the voiceover trade.
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