The season will feature works by Jeanine Tesori, Lisa Kron, Anna Ziegler, Lucas Hnath, Julia Cho, Hershey Felder, and Lynn Nottage.
The season will include co-productions, a new-play festival, and two world premieres.
On this podcast, the critics discuss “small-show syndrome”—is programming two-handers and one-set living-room dramas a way for producers to save money, or can it be an inspiring challenge for playwrights?
Among 10 emerging writers, the Whiting Awards recognize playwrights Nathan Alan Davis, Hansol Jung, and Antoinette Nwandu.
The season will include three comedies, a holiday favorite, and a world premiere by Kyle Bass.
The season will include world premieres by Charise Castro Smith and Tori Sampson.
Five credentialed writers have bucked the trend of arts journalism cutbacks to create a new review website.
Musicals comprise ‘The Music Man’ and ‘Sweeney Todd,’ plays ‘Sweat,’ ‘The Cake,’ and ‘Doll’s House Part 2.’
Our nation’s Native history is all around us, if we would only pay attention. One place to look: at a rising generation of Native theatremakers.
Why three premieres in Oregon are a sign of the times—and a long time coming.