After nearly four years, she will leave her post at the Chicago company before the new year.
Center Stage produced the guerrilla-theatre video series in response to the Black Lives Matter era.
The innovative and ambitious company that has brought free art to the Windy City for 24 years will shutter in early 2016.
Despite efforts to overcome financial hardship, the Michigan company will shut down after 34 years of entertaining local audiences.
Scrooge, Fezziwig, Cratchit, and Tiny Tim are stars this week as hundreds of performances of Charles Dickens’ beloved holiday story take the stage across America.
In addition to our regular themed editions—including our current one on acting training—we’re aiming to make each issue special in its own way.
This week’s guest is director/auteur Mary Zimmerman, who discusses her traditional treatment of Leonard Bernstein’s “Wonderful Town” and her newest adaptation: “Treasure Island.” Plus the editors discuss 2015 theatrical highlights and our wishes for 2016. Happy holidays everyone!
Ambassador Theatre Group now co-owns the historic theatre, with plans to put it back into Broadway business for the 2016–17 season.
In seeking to transform the Wilma Theater into a company with its own aesthetic code, its artistic director is rediscovering her own passions as well.
Modesto Flako Jimenez and Brooklyn Gypsies offer the theatre’s first Spanish-language play, a drama about forced migration.