Under Jackie Alexander’s leadership, North Carolina Black Rep’s biennial gathering aims to connect playwrights and producers.
He worked with Chaikin and van ITallie and directed all over the world, but his heart was in inspiring a new generation in theatre and activism.
The legendary Method company is still home, she says, for those who want to dig deep and surprise themselves.
New York magazine’s new critic is also New York’s newest critic, and she says she’s as ready to listen as to talk.
She leaves after nine years at the Colorado company, where she oversaw growth in new-play and education programs.
A theatremaker and director, Holdren succeeds Jesse Green at the magazine starting July 31.
Virginia Rep’s new show for kids takes inspiration from the iconic ‘I think I can’ tale, whose roots are deeper than even its makers knew.
Raymond Bobgan, Will Davis, Jamie Herlich, Benita Hofstetter Koman, Johnny Morales, and Randy Reyes join the national theatre organization’s leadership.
After nine years with the Altanta company, she’s taken a culture post with the city of Hilton Head.
The foundation’s awards fund new-play development nationwide via productions, workshops, and rehearsals, as they did for ‘Oslo’ and ‘Dear Evan Hansen.’