This theatre company in the Music City, founded by a singer who lost her voice, now strives to put women’s voices centerstage.
This 23-year-old theatre company brings classroom curricula and literature to life onstage.
This company, housed in a former Mormon house of worship, brings new works and an annual satire to a loyal audience.
You’ve heard of rock ’n’ roll theatre, but this company is living the dream: It started in a garage and is now a full-time “meta-media” producing organization.
The New Brunswick Performing Arts Center’s resident company started in a former sewing factory and will move to a new state-of-the-art complex this fall.
This theatre company got its start in an old school auditorium with wedding-gift money.
This bayside company started as a summer theatre, and now boasts year-round programming for audiences of all ages.
This theatre company presents a wide range of programming for the diverse community in South Central Indiana.
From a summer festival to a year-round company, this community-based theatre brings plays and musicals to the hometown of John Steinbeck.
This theatre in the ‘Last of the Old West’ brings entertainment—and bear spray—to the Rocky Mountains.