How a 68-seat cultural gem on the Jersey shore has stood the test of time for the sake of new plays.
Its fresh contemporary takes on Shakespeare, the Greeks, and others have become a staple of NYC’s summer season, but the company has bigger plans.
This small storefront theatre in a walkable cultural district puts its focus on new work and on its neighborhood.
This year’s Regional Tony Award winner, nestled on the campus of the University of Chicago, takes an approach to the classics that isn’t merely academic.
An intimate theatre with a focus on new plays and local stories, its season ends with the return of local star Terry Burrell as ‘Lady Day.’
The groundbreaking Harlem company has broken literal ground, in plans for a prominent part within a mixed-use high-rise.
Formerly the Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company, this Twin Cities mainstay is dedicated to new work rooted in Jewish culture.
This movement-based company rooted in Lecoq and physical theatre crafts one show a year for local and international audiences.
A new space in upstate New York puts its focus on English-language premieres of plays from around the world, as well as commissions of locally themed work.
With a season of original and adapted puppet shows for young audiences (and occasionally adults), Mesner makes theatre that is deeply felt, among other materials.