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.
The Los Angeles audio theatre producer will present a new play by Gregg Oppenheimer, about Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz.
The lineup features a play by Paula Vogel, new works, and a reenvisioning of a neglected classic.
The lineup will include modern interpretations of ‘King Lear’ and ‘Peter Pan.’
The event will host nine playwrights from across the United States, and their work will be presented to the public.
The lineup will feature a commissioned work by Lucas Baisch and devised piece from the theatre’s mentorship program.
Ad Hoc Beaumont’s Beckett staging speaks to inmates in a medium-security prison, and even involves a few.
Melillo’s departure is part of a series of planned leadership transitions.
Four plays and a musical, all local premieres, will make up the Boston company’s upcoming season.
Geva Theatre Center brings the private war of victims to the stage.