Stephen Rountree, a longtime leader on the business side of L.A.’s Music Center, takes a similar role at CTG’s three-stage company.
The Jungle Theater announces its 2015 season, its last under founder and artistic director Bain Boehkle.
The filmmaker and TV producer talks about why he prefers L.A. to his native New York, about plans for a “Pretty Woman” musical, and about beating “Miss Saigon” at softball.
Playwrights Kia Corthron, Sibyl Kempson and Sigrid Gilmer are among the 2014 USA Fellows; each will receive $50,000.
The artistic director and executive director of Steppenwolf Theatre Company talk about their decisions to step down and the legacy they hope to leave.
At Chicago’s Equity Jeff Awards, productions at American Blues Theater, Goodman Theatre and Writers Theatre were the biggest winners of the night.
Site-specific maven Anne Hamburger, back from producing live shows for Disney theme parks, is behind a new multimedia piece about U.S. Marines, ‘BASETRACK Live.’
International in its focus and its aesthetic, the Quantum Theatre has staged multidisciplinary, site-specific work all over Pittsburgh.
Halloween is weeks away, but things are already getting a little ugly this October, whether the bloodletting is graphic or the damage is internal. Even the kids’ shows this week are about a bat, a Gorgon and a big bad wolf. Be careful out there.
The winner and finalists of the October 2014 AMERICAN THEATRE Caption Contest.