From North America’s first theatre to a performer’s biggest success, a look back at theatrical happenings this month in years past.
From the founding of the Colored Actors’ Union to the opening of the Coconut Grove Playhouse, January has many historical events to be proud of.
From the first bow of Washington, D.C.’s National Theatre to the premiere of Beth Henley’s ‘Crimes of the Heart,’ here are some notable dates in December.
From Sarah Bernhardt’s U.S. debut to the performance of ‘The Laramie Project’ in its eponymous Wyoming town, here are some notable dates in November.
From the birth of the Stage Yankee to the debut of Teatro Luna, October has been a month of firsts and the occasional health scare.
From the Trojan War to the Civil War, World War I, and beyond, a look back at past Septembers in the American theatre.
From the first plays staged and written on the continent to the founding of Woolly Mammoth and the O’Neill.
From the birth of P.T. Barnum to the Broadway debut of ‘A Chorus Line,’ July has many historical events to boast about.
From the formation of the White Rats to the ‘Miss Saigon’ controversy, historical events in June were busting out all over.
Auspicious births (Orson Welles, Howard Ashman) and major theatre foundings (the Old Globe, East West Players) mark previous Mays.