How she turned the constraints of Beckett’s buried-alive heroine Winnie into expressive assets.
The longtime Newsday fixture—for decades New York’s only female first-string theatre critic—says she’s resigning, not retiring.
This summer in Poughkeepsie, Lynn Nottage and Duncan Sheik will develop a new musical together, and Josh Radnor will present a new play.
The season will feature the first play ever produced by TTT: Brecht’s “Good Person of Szechwan.” It will also be artistic director Michelle Hensley’s final season.
The season, under new leadership, will feature contemporary plays and a new-works festival.
Two interdisciplinary artists and leaders will join artistic director Jenny Larson at the helm.
Eleven young stage directors have been selected for this year-long program.
The founder and artistic director will leave the theatre at the end of the 2017-18 season.
The sound design categories for play and musicals will come back in time for the 2018 Tonys.
From the oceanside to the swamp, from Charleston, S.C., to Portland, Ore., it is another varied week of performances.