After a last-minute scare with the bank, the long-troubled Pittsburgh arts center is in the hands of local foundations, with ambitious plans to get it right this time.
The “Wonderful Town” choreographer and Broadway dancer leaves behind a legacy of awards and a fidelity to period movement.
Barron is the eighth recipient of the Vineyard Theatre award for emerging playwrights.
She took a new job in a new city, bought a new home—and then got a breast cancer diagnosis. She’s getting by with a little from her friends, including Sam Beckett.
In a new reimagining of Lapine and Sondheim’s fairy-tale musical, 11 actors play all the roles and all the instruments—and the set itself is an instrument.
With two stages and a rotating repertory season, this small mountain-town theatre company specializes in intimate new plays and contemporary revivals.
A seldom-produced Elizabethan epic storms a Brooklyn stage, and its lead actor John Douglas Thompson reflects on the value of Marlowe and the universality of the classic roles.
L.A.’s peer-judged awards recognize the most notable theatre work of the past year, from Broadway-bound to black box, and dole out $75,000 worth of honorary cash awards.
Political and cultural conflicts, plus a dash of camp (two vintage Charles Busch revivals!), ignite this week’s offerings on stages across America.
To celebrate its 30th anniversary season, the NY-based company has commissioned plays about, and developed in, specific neighborhoods.