December 16, 2022
A Black Theater Troupe Thrives in the South
SARASOTA, Fla. – Conversations halt and lights dim. A jazz tune from a live band is heard from backstage. Actors appear from all angles of the black box. They wear plaid and tweed suits, swing dresses and carry shopping bags.
October 24, 2022
‘Theater is a Mirror:’ A Conversation With Director Erick Mukiira
The Kenyan director talks to The Click about his latest work and the struggle between art and censorship.
April 16, 2021
Curtains Up on One Long Island Theater as COVID-19 Restrictions Ease
After a long year, Creative Ministries Performing Arts Center is ready to welcome back live audiences. The nonprofit theater, located […]
December 6, 2020
A New Jersey Cinema Finds Its Second Life as Craft Brewery
Though movie screens around the country have gone dark because of the ongoing ravages of COVID-19, the brewery’s owners say the cinema’s old Hollywood wizardry will now live on in restaurant form.
November 14, 2020
Small Theaters Sue NY Gov and NYC Mayor Over Closures
A coalition of eight off-Broadway theaters is fighting to reopen.