His account of a seminal Civil Rights moment, staged partly with students at Virginia Stage, is a call to action for a new generation of activists.
Byrd, formerly of Tennessee’s Clarence Brown Theatre, will begin his new role in Virginia this July.
Three classic works of literature take the stage and a favorite gospel musical returns for the upcoming season.
The leader will bring his background in developing new work and community events to Virginia.
The theatre company will also reopen the Wells Theatre after a $4 million renovation.
The slate includes plays acclaimed in New York, a new installment in a series based on local history, and a ‘Tempest’ featuring the Virginia Symphony and chorus.
A brief look at theatre news across the country for the month of September.
Past Julys and Augusts witnessed birth, death, and the collapse of a theatre.
Theatrical Revolutions, Children’s Theatre, and festivals abound in this month’s News in Brief.
Rounding out their first year since graduation, members of ART’s class of 1995 find reading and spirituality at the center of their new lives as actors.