From the streets of Paris to the halls of middle school, from the rabbit hole to Illyria, it is an adventurous week for theatre.
Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori’s musical, with its Confederate-monument subplot, will get an unexpectedly timely revival.
Kids’ theatre is a big tent, not a sideshow, but TYA/USA’s new leader craves more specificity and clarity about its mission and impact.
The touring company will present 2 Shakespeares and a Marcus Gardley play about Malcolm X.
A Hartford troupe makes original short plays by, for, and about teens, but the real performance may be in the talkbacks.
A Potter-esque stage romp casts a spell Off-Broadway—just don’t call it a parody.
Theatre architecture’s cyclical history, and the newest state-of-the-art space at Chicago Shakes.
From the Kit Kat Klub to an island, from Berkeley to Milwaukee, it is another varied week for theatre.
The season will include the remount of Basil Twist’s ‘Symphonie Fantastique.’
Mirae Kim is recognized for her research on nonprofit organizations and civic engagement.