The theatre’s 2015-16 season will feature both classic drama and a fourth world premiere by Bruce Graham.
The co-artistic director of Penumbra Theatre Company was one of 23 regional leaders awarded the $100,000 fellowship.
Two groups united in the fight for gender parity in the theatre joined forces for a reading series, and they’ve only just begun.
The Rochester-based theatre will present ‘Spamalot,’ Benjamin Scheuer’s ‘The Lion’ and Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare’s ‘An Iliad.’
But “I won’t be retiring from the theatre field,” he notes. He’s been at the job for 33 years.
He’s going back to his previous job at Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, he says, because it’s more artistic than administrative.
One of the leaders at the Idaho theatre will depart after 13 years, during which time the theatre’s budget doubled.
A key figure in the theatre’s recent expansion projects, the American Conservatory Theater leader will leave after five years in the post.
The Colorado theatre’s new season to feature new plays from Theresa Rebeck and Tanya Saracho, plus a punk ‘Sweeney Todd’ and ‘Lookingglass Alice.’
Two major critics diss a new play about graffiti and hip-hop culture, igniting a debate about privilege, race and who gets to tell young people’s stories.