Highlights include real-life couple Audra McDonald and Will Swenson doing O’Neill, Eric Bogosian and Cynthia Nixon as literary types, and a double header of new British plays.
The Baltimore theatre’s director of marketing has been promoted to managing director.
It’s not just the artistic directorship that’s changing hands at the growing Chicago ensemble.
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.
Adaptations of ‘Akeelah and the Bee,’ ‘The Jungle Book,’ ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid’ and stories by Ezra Jack Keats bring in national and international talents.
History, both real and reimagined, inspires several offerings this week; many of the rest hone in on intimacy, both authentic and fictive.
James Ortiz’s young company uses a mix of puppetry and human actors to create a wordless ‘Wizard of Oz’ prequel.
Two weeks’ worth of free talk, including a new voice in the mix.
New plays by Steven Yockey and Kirsten Greenidge, plus a new ‘Snow Queen’ musical, are slated for the Massachusetts theatre.
For their version of Bram Stoker’s classic vampire tale, the design team at the Alley Theatre channeled the ghost of Edward Gorey.