Priscilla Gilman’s memoir portrays her father, Richard Gilman, as a passionate, difficult figure who bequeathed her life lessons, many unwittingly.
The former leader of Portland, Ore.’s Artists Repertory Theatre, he takes the reins of the theatre, and its already booked next season, from Braden Abraham.
After 3 decades staging literature in innovative and increasingly ambitious ways, the company closed suddenly last month, leaving a bewildering loss.
The disarming myth-making musical ‘Lizard Boy,’ about to make its NYC debut, is just one of the trails being blazed by this Seattle-based auteur.
A Washington state native who advanced from intern to Seattle Rep’s leader over 2 decades, he will lead a prestigious Chicago theatre almost half the size of the Rep.
Composer Mary Rodgers’s unsparing new memoir, equal parts hilarious and harrowing, tells of an eventful life in which musical theatre wasn’t the only source of drama.
Though he ran a magazine based in New York City, he tirelessly—and uniquely—spread the love around the entire national theatre scene.
A Seattle-based production gives participants a stark look at the jarring, often dehumanizing reality inside U.S. immigration courts.
The Texas-born, Oregon-based playwright imagines a Steinbeck sequel with timely resonance.
In a Roundabout revival of the nearly 40-year-old play, it holds up as a withering portrait of the myths and traps of American masculinity.