The Druid’s take on Shakespeare history plays, an English ‘Ubu Roi,’ a Russian ‘Miss Julie,’ a Murakami adaptation from Japan and a Harry Partch opera highlight this year’s theatre offerings.
The company’s founding director returns to take back the reins from Halena Kays.
Rachel Chavkin returns to direct Wohl’s ‘Small Mouth Sounds,’ the musical ‘Futurity’ will have its New York premiere in a Soho Rep coproduction, and more resident artists are announced.
The new 51% Preparedness Plan calls for SoCal theatres to lead the national charge toward greater diversity onstage, backstage and in the house.
The Connecticut musical theatre company will premiere four new musicals in its 2015 season.
Joseph has won the 2015 Laurents/Hatcher Foundation Award for his play ‘Guards at the Taj.’
The Chicago-based director will work as an associate at the theatre under its Michael Maggio directing fellowship program for early career directors.
New work from Elizabeth Swados, Erin Courtney, Cory Finley and Sam Marks are slated for the downtown NYC mainstay.
New York will finally get to see some acclaimed and socially relevant new plays that have received productions and acclaim elsewhere.
Works by Lynn Nottage and Amy Herzog alternate with Monty Python, Alfred Hitchcock and Lee Hall.