How designers Cha See, Kimie Nishikawa and Rodrigo Muñoz started the See Lighting Foundation to help immigrant artists, who do not qualify for unemployment.
Harriet D. Foy drops by to talk about “P-Valley” and how she calls on her ancestors every night before she steps onto the stage.
Playwright Somebody Jones and director Khadifa Wong’s play got cancelled. So they made it into a Zoom film, and it’s funny and frank.
“I miss New York, and I live here.” That’s the lyrics to one of the…
At age 25, Jarred Lee has found himself becoming a mentor for children who want to be in musical theatre.
What I want the theater of the future to look like.
The playwright of “Dance Nation” and “You Got Older” on how theater is a way for her to work through her own personal issues, and why she wants men to be more in touch with their bodies.
The producer of “Jagged Little Pill” on putting together a benefit in the midst of a pandemic and what Broadway can learn from film and TV.
An audio version of Aleshea Harris’ tale of revenge brings out new layers that make the play feel more urgent than ever.
Jenna Worsham and Catya McMullen created Homebound to benefit No Kids Hungry, providing nourishment for hungry children and for artists in need of purpose.