This 194-seat theatre in San Diego’s North County has grown over three decades into a year-round professional company without losing its intimacy and immediacy.
With an emphasis on local talent and on presenting a range of classics—including all by its namesake playwright—Cincy Shakes has built both its repertoire and its reputation.
This former dinner theatre in Palm Beach County has left its star-studded past behind to focus on crowd-pleasing fundamentals, and on reimagining the musical-theatre canon.
From its storefront start to its current status as a linchpin of its hometown’s newest arts district, Everyman Theatre has kept its focus on local actors and literate audiences.
A lap dance from a peanut-butter-covered werewolf? A hip-hop Dickens intervention? No wonder this comedy storefront attracts a young, rowdy ATL audience.
With two stages and a rotating repertory season, this small mountain-town theatre company specializes in intimate new plays and contemporary revivals.
A small North Texas theatre dedicated to African-American voices heads into its 35th year with new leadership and a diverse audience.
Artistic director Mark Clements says his 50-year-old theatre strives to stage plays that are redemptive—and reflective of a diverse and changing state.
International in its focus and its aesthetic, the Quantum Theatre has staged multidisciplinary, site-specific work all over Pittsburgh.
Run by lighting designer Andrew Hungerford, Know Theatre is nimble and new-play-oriented.