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Gadfly’s show tells of homeless youth and how to get involved in helping them.
A reading of Harrison David Rivers’ new karaoke-infused play warms a Tuesday night
A different type of double show day.
Through analysis and experience, Camille LeFevre distills the essence of audience participation outside the black box into a quick study guide for audiences.
The first of five conversations at Phoenix Theater got people talking about the role of artists in politics and social change.
In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre is excited to announce the 2017 Puppet Lab performances, featuring brand new experimental …
By Jessica Huang
Directed by Mei Ann Teo
March 18–April 9, 2017
A haunting, poetic journey of secrets, identity and …
Penniless and jobless, Semyon makes an offhand remark about dying following a marital spat over leftovers. Soon half the town thinks he has …
Produced in partnership with Joel Sass’ Oddfellows Collective. Conceived, written, designed and directed by Joel Sass. Featuring …
Shakespeare’s great tragedy explores the darkest corners of the human heart as the ambitious Macbeth schemes and murders his way to the …
Four Watsons: trusty sidekick to Sherlock Holmes; loyal engineer who built Bell’s first telephone; unstoppable super-computer that became …
"Developing a Twitter strategy" may sound antithetical to art, but it's becoming essential for theater professionals.
Facebook can be a terrific tool for promoting your theater, but its very popularity can work against it. Here are some tips and tricks for making Facebook work for you.
Actor, author and accounting expert Mark Bradley wants to help his fellow thespians avoid audits and maybe even get a few bucks back this tax season.
Copyright law protects an artist's right to get paid, explains this law student. Violating it is both rude and a federal crime. Read on.
Bunny Sparber offers five suggestions for people who don't want their play to be understood.
Directors have power in the performing arts yet, let's face it, it isn't always clear what they're doing. For audience, critics, actors, and playwrights alike, Isaac Butler has made a quick guide to identifying that horrible director (and, by contrast, the good ones).
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