This L.A.-focused roundup includes a writer-director, a patron services manager, a scenic painter, an actor who’s also a marketing director, and more.
A hard-copy magazine about this ephemeral art form can mark its progress over time like no other medium.
Dramas and comedies with a political edge top this year’s list (*actually 12 due to ties).
Lynn Nottage again tops the list, followed closely by a mix of dramatists, librettists, and adapters.
Director/writer Jessica Kubzansky celebrates the 20th anniversary of Boston Court Pasadena by immersing audiences in a fraught rehearsal process across the entire site.
At La MaMa last spring, the two directors gathered to talk about actors, audiences, censorship, dislocation, and the haven of the rehearsal room.
The former executive director of Arkansas’s TheatreSquared has just taken the same job at Princeton’s McCarter Theatre Center, and he’s ready to open the gates.
A reporter and critic who knew Wilson nearly from the start of his playwriting peak, she wrote the biography she wanted to see.
The artistic director and managing director of Pittsburgh Public Theater make the case for programming that is uniquely fresh and local.
Co-lead theatre critics at New York magazine/Vulture, they make the case that 2 heads are better than 1, especially covering a field in flux.