Now in its sixth year, the new-play festival begun by Kelley Girod will feature a premiere by Nathan Yungerberg, ‘Pousada, Azul,’ and several short plays.
The NY-based company will develop new works by Brooke Berman, Kenny Finkle and Kate Moira Ryan.
The Baltimore theatre teams with the Spanish embassy to fund development of a bilingual play by the Madrid-based writer.
Aaron Holland’s new musical expands a minor character from ‘War and Peace’ into an inspiration for a full-blown musical about a modern-day daydreamer.
Artists at Arden Theatre, Synetic Theater and Theatre Britain talk putting an original, non-Disney spin on “Beauty and the Beast.”
The longtime Arizona theatre will shut its doors for good due to cash-flow issues.
A physical-theatre phenom created in 1979 by Jerry Mouawad and Carol Triffle, ‘FROGZ’ brings together acrobatics and animals, and unites audiences of all ages.
Building on the popularity of a certain icy musical film phenom, the team at this Georgia theatre went back to the source to create an otherworldly ‘Snow Queen.’
Over three days in November, speakers and attendees worked through intertwining questions of finances, programming and diversity.
Theatre Communications Group’s star-studded event celebrated artists and organizations who’ve advanced the art and practice of theatre.