Artists at Arden Theatre, Synetic Theater and Theatre Britain talk putting an original, non-Disney spin on “Beauty and the Beast.”
As he gears up for another festival January, the downtown impresario weighs in on a busy and changing scene.
The closure of the 29-year-old Arizona company leaves a significant artistic and financial hole in the local theatre ecology.
The theatre, plagued by debt woes from its new building, has been given a financial reprieve in the form of a $5 million loan and 19 years of free rent.
With the new Paul Nicholson Arts Management Fellowship, OSF strives to get more diverse leaders into the pipeline.
For the Pasadena Playhouse’s newest associate a.d., community engagement and theatremaking aren’t just entwined, they’re inseparable.
Stages are crowded with Christmas shows, both familiar and strange, along with some outlying fairy tales, sketch comedy and Johnny Cash.
As the leader of D.C.’s Jewish theatre, Ari Roth works to keep the dialogue going, even—or especially—when it’s contentious.
This week, a trio of podcasts to send you into the holidays with thoughts on gender parity and theatre reviews.
The Baltimore theatre’s managing director is stepping down to pursue a Master’s degree; the theatre will begin search for his replacement.