The New York City theatre’s new season includes two world premiere plays, plus new works by Lucas Hnath, Taylor Mac, Jordan Harrison and Danai Gurira.
New plays by Steven Yockey and Kirsten Greenidge, plus a new ‘Snow Queen’ musical, are slated for the Massachusetts theatre.
The Texas theatre’s new season has a little bit of picking, a little bit of grinning, and plays about immigration, isolation, dreams and visions.
The D.C.-based classical theatre’s 2015-16 slate will strip down ‘Salomé’ and put a dress on Billy Porter, who’ll play Kate in ‘The Taming of the Shrew.’
The troupe announces a slate of classics, including two works by Shakespeare and one with Shakespeare as a character.
Theatre Under the Stars’ Broadway slate includes last year’s Best Musical Tony winner alongside three musicals built around British children.
Patty Duke as Mary Lincoln, a Damon Runyon anthology and more highlight the Burbank theatre’s new slate.
The ensemble theatre’s season will include Richard Nash’s ‘The Rainmaker,’ James Still’s ‘Looking Over the President’s Shoulder’ and ‘Little Shop of Horrors.’
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 Connecticut musical theatre company will premiere four new musicals in its 2015 season.