Under the Radar and the COIL unveil slates of returning favorites, durational experiments, multi-disciplinary ventures and more.
People’s Light & Theatre, along with the greater Delaware Valley theatre community, remember Greg Rowe as a passionate advocate for local arts and their patrons.
After a last-minute scare with the bank, the long-troubled Pittsburgh arts center is in the hands of local foundations, with ambitious plans to get it right this time.
The “Wonderful Town” choreographer and Broadway dancer leaves behind a legacy of awards and a fidelity to period movement.
Barron is the eighth recipient of the Vineyard Theatre award for emerging playwrights.
L.A.’s peer-judged awards recognize the most notable theatre work of the past year, from Broadway-bound to black box, and dole out $75,000 worth of honorary cash awards.
To celebrate its 30th anniversary season, the NY-based company has commissioned plays about, and developed in, specific neighborhoods.
From Steppenwolf to USC drama school, recent staff changes abound.
Intending to serve as interim artistic director, McFadden instead oversaw five years of growth for the company, including the building of a new home.
A former SEIU organizer takes the helm of the stage union’s Western region at a potentially dramatic juncture.