Martin Miller and Robert Ford have made their small company a theatrical force in Northwest Arkansas, but it hasn’t happened in a vacuum.
Since joining the theatre’s staff four decades ago, he’s helped guide the Chicago theatre to national flagship status. It wasn’t an easy or inevitable climb.
Artistic directors Jenny Avery and Jason Loewith reflect on what made the Evanston theatre special, and why it ended this week.
How Ana Kuzmanic’s love of drawing and fashion led her to an extraordinary theatrical career.
From the Bay Area to Miami, here are nine musical theatre writers across the country who are making a name for themselves.
The Hypocrites founder made his name punking the classics. Now, as a solo auteur, he’s leavening Greek tragedies.