Table of Contents for November 2014

Who’s Afraid of Roald Dahl?
By Suzy Evans
He revolutionized young-adult fiction with his twisted tales for children. Now they’re flourishing on stages across the country—from children’s theatre to big commercial hits.

Destroying the Audience 
An interview by Eliza Bent
Young Jean Lee talks about the traps she lays for her public

SPECIAL REPORT: THEATRE FACTS 2013
Finding Ways to Firmer Ground
Theatre Facts 2013 shows companies taking smart steps to regain their economic footing after the Great Recession (including sidebars on subscription trends, Big Data mining and the importance of working capital)

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Editor’s Note

Letters

From the Executive Director
A Place for Remembering

TCG on the Web

News
En Garde Arts’s BASETRACK: Live tourElements Theatre Co.’s God of Carnage, Making Books Sing changes name to New York City Children’s Theatre
Entrances & Exits
Awards & Prizes
In Memoriam: Sheldon Patinkin by David Cromer

Front & Center
Relics at the Guthrie
L’Hotel at Pittsburgh Public Theatre
Wedding Band at Antaeus Company
Bright Star at the Old Globe
The Oldest Boy at Lincoln Center
Tamburlaine at Theatre for a New Audience

Production Notebook
Fiasco Theater’s Into the Woods at the Old Globe

Critics’ Notebook
Linda Buchwald on Deaf West’s Spring Awakening

Currents
Christopher Kompanek visits George C. Wolfe’s civil rights museum
Wendy Smith meets Shaw’s biggest fan, David Staller
Isabel Braverman investigates NACL’s Weather Project


People
The many faces of Hershey Felder, by Hedy Weiss

Strategies
Yale’s Binger Center is changing new play development, by Stuart Miller

Global Spotlight
An American revolution in Edinburgh, by Nicole Serratore

20 Questions
for Garry Marshall

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