Ayad Akhtar and Emily Simoness speak, and Benj Pasek and Justin Paul sing, about the future of theatre at the fourth annual TEDxBroadway.
In kicking off the Bard’s ‘Henry VI’ trilogy and closing with a Caesarian double bill, the troupe puts its ensemble talent front and center.
The college’s Beinecke Library is proud to present an award to the Brooklyn-based playwright, one of three dramatists given the prestigious $150,000 prize.
The troupe’s 20th festival plans stagings of new plays by Jerry Lieblich, Kate E. Ryan and Jaclyn Backhaus.
The small Chicago theatre, newly affiliated with Actors Equity, plans an ambitious slate of new plays by Madhuri Shekar, Charise Castro Smith and Callie Kimball.
Suzan-Lori Parks’s Civil War-era epic receives the $100,000 prize for a play inspired by American history.
Classics by Inge and O’Neill share the stage with new plays by John Patrick Shanley, Alan Bennett and Terry Teachout.
Morita, who plans to continue and amplify the theatre’s focus on new and diverse voices, will be among the few women of color at the helm of a Bay Area theatre.
New theatre plans two world premieres and several local premieres, including works by George Brant, Lauren Gunderson and Jonathan Tolins.
As the battle over L.A.’s non-remunerative 99-seat plan comes to a head, players on either side have radically different prognoses for the health of the city’s sprawling theatre scene.