New plays by Yussef El Guindi, Lauren Gunderson and Aaron Loeb, plus a Tennessee Williams anthology, are highlights of the theatre’s newly announced subscription season.
The Latino theatre company’s season will include world premieres by Olga Sanchez, Karen Zacarías and Rebecca Martinez.
Most of today’s Tony-nominated shows got their start on non-commercial stages, either in the U.S. or abroad.
New plays by Eliza Clark, Qui Nguyen, Sandra Tsing Loh and Bekah Brunstetter are on the slate, as is a return of Beth Henley’s Western tale ‘Abundance,’ which bowed at SCR in 1989.
Carson Kreitzer, Andrew Rosendorf and Keliher Walsh among recipients of fellowships for emerging and Minnesota-based playwrights.
New productions of ‘Rent,’ ‘Dreamgirls’ and ‘The Little Mermaid’ vie with a newly constructed musical, ‘Empire.’
Valdez leaves after eight years shoring up the ensemble advocacy organization.
Los Angeles is still getting a good deal, AEA’s executive director insists, if people would only take the time to study its new proposals for the city’s small theatres.
The New York theatre honors recognize a resident theatre leader as it enters its 100th year.
The Off-Broadway company joins the ranks of nonprofits with Broadway houses, with a mission to produce living American writers.