“Jarman (all this maddening beauty)” honors life and work of independent filmmaker and artist.
A brief look at theatre news across the country for the month of April.
We take a look back at the major historical moments in theatre in April.
Paula Vogel’s “Don Juan Comes Home from Iraq,” which envisions the story of Don Juan as a Marine suffering from PTSD, runs at the Wilma Theater in Philadelphia.
Seattle’s improve theatre opens a satirical take on Aaron Sorkin’s hit drama.
“These Paper Bullets! A Modish Ripoff of William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing,” written by Rolin Jones, directed by Jackson Gay, and with music by Billie Joe Armstrong, combines two of Britain’s most revered entertainers: Shakespeare and the Beatles.
The new play by Dwayne Blackaller and Matthew Cameron Clark questions what it means to be human.
San Francisco’s Performers Under Stress explores into the unknown and unexpected.
Murray’s new play examines love, suicide and marriage bonds.
For baby boomers, theatre is exploding in adventurous and unexpected ways.