With 20 major American theatres facing leadership transitions, boards and search firms have to do better than the status quo.
After 30 years, the longtime leader of the 50-year-old theatre will step down.
Next season at the theatre will feature the Vermont premiere of ‘Fun Home’ and a new Stephen Spotswood play.
The Canadian theatre will mount three Shaw plays and host Stephen Fry for Greek-myth trilogy.
On this week’s podcast, Anushka Paris-Carter and Andy Paris discuss their documentary play about autism. Plus, the hosts discuss the Stephen Adly Guirgis copyright controversy.
On this week’s podcast, playwright James Still is the guest and he talks about how a California playwright became the resident playwright of Indiana Rep. Plus, the editors discuss ‘The Great Comet’ casting controversy.
In today’s 140-character culture, dialogue and a recognition of nuance are more important than ever.
Each path has its pros and cons, its complications and its trade-offs, as these case studies show.
This week’s podcast guest is Chris Acebo, associate artist at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, who talks about how designers can be leaders too. Plus, the editors discuss Trump plays and talkbacks.
The actor reunites with her friend on ‘Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow,’ a modern take on ‘Three Sisters’ at Williamstown.