Cry Havoc Theater responded to last year’s police killings with a docu-theatre piece about violence and healing.
The latest installment of TCG’s annual industry report finds companies adapting to a changing world and connecting with their communities.
For many small theatres, the leap to midsize, and from renting to owning, can be a make-or-break deal.
The Midwestern company is blazing new trails by producing contemporary American plays.
Theatres across the nation are producing Steve Yockey’s upbeat ‘Blackberry Winter,’ but in his hometown it’s paired with a play in a more troubled vein.
NNPN largesse goes to playwrights and theatres to produce, and partner to produce, new work.
For his play at Kitchen Dog Theater, Trull adapts ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ for the selfie generation.
Matt Lyle’s wild comedy, inspired by a mild real-life social humiliation, throws self-judgment and invidious class comparison on the grill next to the road kill.
Twelve-hour Greek plays, white face, drag queens, gender parity…the contributors and editors of “American Theatre” reminisce on what they loved most in the theatre in 2014.