New reports show that the recently closed Seattle theatre had amassed over $340,000 in debt due to poor financial planning.
Joseph Haj wins the 2014 Zelda Fichandler Award, in recognition of his commitment to the arts in North Carolina and to the national resident theatre scene.
The Mint Theater’s ‘London Wall’ kicks off a local PBS show highlighting intimate New York stage offerings.
Big changes at a Chicago mainstay: Martha Lavey to step down, Anna Shapiro to step up; the executive director changes over; plus, expansion plans.
Naomi Iizuka’s newest play ‘Good Kids’ begins its rolling premiere as part of the Big Ten New Play Initiative dedicated to commissioning female playwrights.
The Wallace Foundation announced a $40 million arts initiative, which will provide funding for approximately 25 arts organizations over six years to build and maintain audiences.
The Dallas-based theatre company’s 11th season will feature Mike Bartlett’s “Bull” and Amy Herzog’s “Belleville.”
The August Wilson Center gets a second life, Broadway sells a lot of tickets and a free download in today’s mid-day news round-up.
A Chicago improv and theatre pioneer with so much to give, and who gave it freely.
The City of Berkeley has proclaimed that Tuesday, September 30, 2014 is Tony Taccone Day.