Lack of context strikes again!
Be it in Burnsville or on cable TV, comedy can pack a (sometimes misinterpreted) political punch
The Importance of Theater Icons issue #4
Green T crafts an excellent and relevant A Thousand Cranes — but professional prowess outweighs heart.
Looking through the prisms of form, character and audience expectation to see why "theater is 50 years behind dance."
New play by veteran writer Lee Blessing finds its feet at The Playwrights' Center
"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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