This theatre in the ‘Last of the Old West’ brings entertainment—and bear spray—to the Rocky Mountains.
With 200 seats and 2,000 subscribers, the company has built an audience that expects the unexpected.
Founded in 1998, the Twin Cities company is focused on exploring and advancing musical theatre.
For the past century, the state theatre of California has been a star factory and hub for entertainment.
This theatre company may be small but that doesn’t stop it from producing ambitious plays and musicals.
One of the few major theatre between Minneapolis and Seattle has grown from a statewide traveling troupe to a national touring company.
This 240-seat theatre in Vermont is producing new works and fostering the next female leaders in the field.
A small professional theatre in the Badger State’s capitol approaches its 10th anniversary.
From a slaughterhouse floor to a bicycle caravan, this California theatre collective brings hard-hitting issues to audiences.
It began in 1977 in a stuffy barn in Upstate New York, and has grown into a theatre that employs 30 artists every year and presents around the country.