Table of Contents for November 2013

Tall Enough To See the Truth
By Christopher Kompanek
Daniel Beaty and Moises Kaufman join forces to bring legendary actor/singer Paul Robeson to life

Show Me the Money
By Nelson Pressley
ZACH Theatre reveals all in its budget for an acclaimed of August: Osage County

Once on This Island
By Diana Buirski, with contributing writers Erica Nagel and Meghan Pressman
As Cuba’s socialist economy changes, so do its citizens’ career options. What does this mean for Cuban theatre professionals?

Special Report: Theatre Facts 2012
Expect the Unexpected
By Sarah Hart
With the worst of the recession behind them, theatre leaders must lay plans for an unpredictable future

DEPARTMENTS:

Editor’s Note

From the Executive Director
The Case for Capitalization

News in Brief
The End of a Hole Era
Such Sweet Sorry

Awards & Prizes

Entrances & Exits

Front & Center
Training Day: Dead White Zombies and the Cult of American Athletics
Caught on Camera: Fathers and Daughters in “Sunset Baby”
Further Reductions with ‘The Complete History of Comedy (Abridged)’
The Irresistable Rise of ‘Miracle on South Division Street’
Available Light Theatre: The Troupe That Sticks Together
Zinnie Harris and ‘The Wheel’ at Steppenwolf

Almanac

Production Notebook
Fool for Love at Jungle Theater

Currents
Jim O’Quinn stirs up trouble in New Orleans

Justin Maxwell anticipates the N.O. Fringe

Jonathan Mandell sifts through the National New Play Network’s New Play Exchange

Obamacare for artists, a guide, by Jeremy M. Barker

First Person
Stacy Keach on five memorable Shakespeare roles

Books
Erik Haagensen on four musical-theatre histories

Strategies
Companies that pay everyone equally, by Eliza Bent

Global Spotlight

20 Questions
for Nell Benjamin

Web exclusives:

J.T. Rogers and Brian Helland debate the state of arts funding

Jim O’Quinn visits the Malta Festival of Poznan

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