Dominique Morisseau’s new play makes its way home to America after a transatlantic staging by London’s Gate Theatre.
The composer/lyricist discusses her new show with Duncan Sheik, “Because of Winn-Dixie,” and why she loves collaboration.
Shakespeare Santa Cruz artistic director Marco Barricelli retains his optimism despite the shuttering of the outdoor repertory theatre.
The composer talks about his early theatrical experiences and his inspirations for writing ‘The Black Suits.’
From the Welders, to cheap tickets at Huntington Theatre Company, to August Wilson on the radio, to all the Lucy Thurber plays you can ever want—this month in national news.
The British scribe, known largely stateside for ‘One Man, Two Guvnors,’ discusses his career, the British monarchy, and the differences between England and America.
The Getty Villa presents a new take on the Greek classic.
The Chicago company has ventured into theatre for infants and toddlers with its newly renovated space, the aptly named Little Theatre.
The Chicago adapter/director seems like a natural choice to turn the beloved ‘Jungle Book’ into a stage musical, but that doesn’t mean it’s been easy.
The solo show is staged at the American University of Iraq-Sulaimani.