The Philly theatre will also present a world premiere by Christopher Chen and ‘Blood Wedding’ by Federico García Lorca.
The longtime artistic director will step down after 25 years at the San Francisco theatre.
The designer and restorer of some of his city’s most iconic theatre spaces was something of a New York icon himself.
An uncompromising artist and an exacting mentor, the poet/playwright gave back to generations of writers.
The lineup at the New Orleans theatre will feature ‘Fun Home,’ ‘Eclipsed,’ and more.
The outdoor theatre will include five rotating mainstage productions.
Sciupac will bring his experience in business, psychology, and design to the theatre.
Next season will also feature the world premiere of a Temptations musical, and a new play by Daniel Handler of Lemony Snicket fame.
Next season at the Pennsylvania theatre will feature a world premiere from Colman Domingo and Patricia McGregor, and a multiracial “Diary of Anne Frank.’
The Portland-based playwright will receive funding for five years.