The season includes Christopher Durang, D.L. Coburn and a playwright yet to be announced.
Big winners included ‘Hamilton,’ ‘You Got Older’ and ‘The Invisible Hand,’ and a special award went to Signature Theatre’s James Houghton.
George Orwell’s work returns to Steppenwolf, as well as a world-premiere devised performance by Michael Rohd.
Highlights include surrealistic plays, adaptations, puppetry, burlesque and stilt-walking.
A playwright remembers the late actor’s grace under fire, and the memorable fury with which she delivered a simple five-word line.
After eight years in his post, Bond joins managing director Jeffrey Woodward in a leadership transition.
‘Between Riverside and Crazy’ wins for best new play, and posthumous awards are given to Arthur Gelb, Judith Malina and Marian Seldes.
Marisa R. Carr, Junauda Petrus and Eliza Rasheed will develop new work in the theatre’s seven-month development program.
The Chicago Dramatists leader nurtured generations of playwrights with weekly readings. They in turn formed the family that gathered around him as his health declined.
The managing director of Syracuse Stage will move to Dallas, replacing Heather M. Kitchen.