Digital theater productions highlight the power of art without an audience
Studio Theatre’s “Until the Flood,” Signature Theatre’s “Midnight at the Never Get” and Arena Stage’s “A More Perfect Union” excel in the absence of in-person attendance.
D.C. theater is taking cautious steps back to ‘live’ with plexiglass screens and plays on headphones
New York Gov. Cuomo stuns Broadway and cultural world with lifting of pandemic capacity restrictions on May 19
Advocacy group wants to see more Asian dancers on the stage, and more Asian choreographers on the program
Signature Theatre’s latest show is a play and a movie. Behind the scenes at ‘Midnight at the Never Get.’
Happenstance Theater shifts its stage to an interactive website inspired by the shadow boxes of Joseph Cornell
Broadway producer Scott Rudin steps aside amid accusations of abusive behavior going back decades, apologizes for pain he cause