Philip Boehm’s company debuts a new translation of Sophocles tragedy in a post-Ferguson St. Louis, and the resonances haven’t escaped him.
From small to large and East to West, a round-up of four fall festivals showcasing the new work of playwrights and artists.
The playwright gives a sneak preview of his new work, commissioned by NYC’s Roundabout and premiering this fall at Chicago’s American Theater Company.
The Mint Theater’s ‘London Wall’ kicks off a local PBS show highlighting intimate New York stage offerings.
What other playwright could bring together a city’s diverse theatre artists, from classical to avant-garde, lavish to bare-bones?
After nearly 10 years traveling to Guatemala to teach women forum theatre techniques, this faith-based feminist troupe is bringing its Central American partners to the U.S.
The singer/songwriter talks about writing with Steve Martin and opening new creative doors.
New Long Beach, Ca. company debuts with revival of Off-Broadway “Frankenstein” tuner.
Gina Vernaci takes on a new leadership role at Cleveland’s PlayhouseSquare, where she’s worked since 1984.
The Broadway League offers 10 $5,000 grants to theatres to support educational programming around touring shows.