Musical theatre artists are no longer just actors, writers, or singers, and schools are finding new ways to train them.
Haupt steps down after leading the National Music Theater Conference for 40 years.
Jessica Holt, Laley Lippard, Jeff Liu, Madeline Sayet, and M. Graham Smith will be the second group to participate in the program.
Works by Mike Lew, Aurin Squire, and Zakiyyah Alexander and Imani Uzuri will be in development at the center’s conferences this summer.
The celebrated stage and film director, playwright, and actor will receive the award this spring.
Just far enough from New York to get away and stretch with new work, but close enough for a day trip, Vassar’s Powerhouse has been a theatre development hub for 3 decades.
New plays, musicals, puppetry pieces and cabaret shows will get an airing at the storied development center.
Five emerging directors from across the United States were selected from more than 350 applicants to participate in the first-ever National Directors Fellowship.
Expanding its mission beyond developing playwrights, the O’Neill will accept applications in January for its first National Directors Fellowship.
AT’s own Suzy Evans went to the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center to discuss the role of critics in theatre and how they view their relationship with artists.