From a 19th-century play about the African-American experience to Pulitzer winners ‘Angels in America’ and ‘I Am My Own Wife,’ May was a memorable month for theatre.
From African-American Shakespeareans to Federal Theatre Project infotainment about syphilis, April was an eventful month in the theatre.
From the repeal of a Pennsylvania anti-theatre law to the premieres of ‘Oklahoma!’ and ‘M. Butterfly,’ March was a memorable month for theatre.
From the first woman in a ‘breeches’ role to the Wooster Group’s Arthur Miller acid test, February was an eventful month on U.S. stages.
From early theatre for young audiences to the creation of the Asian Multi Media Center, January’s theatrical milestones started the year with a bang.
From the first theatre lit by electricity to the debut of ‘Streetcar,’ ‘Show Boat,’ and ‘The Great White Hope,’ December was a bountiful month in U.S. theatre history.
From the beginnings of the Alley in Houston to Pan Asian Rep in NYC and Golden Thread in San Francisco, November was filled with theatrical milestones.
From the first theatre history book to the first seasons at the Indiana Repertory Theatre and the Huntington, October was a notable month for theatre.
The birth of North America’s first professional troupe, the collapse of Zero Mostel, controversies, mergers, and more.
From the first interracially cast ‘Othello’ to the founding of our longest-running queer troupe, this was a memorable month for theatre.