A writer whose plays were infused with the late actor’s presence and spirit gives tribute.
Friends and colleagues recall the irrepressible actor-dancer-choreographer’s explosive talent, teasing sense of humor, and gracious mentorship.
In leading the boldly visionary if ultimately doomed Los Angeles Theatre Center for 6 legendary years, Bush inspired generations of artists and leaders.
A dramaturg and director who was fortunate enough to work with her reexamines her underrated legacy.
A successor in the legendary role of Anita recalls her confidence-building encounter with the Broadway legend.
The longtime playwright for San Francisco Mime Troupe delivered keen, freewheeling, up-to-the-minute satire as progressive as it was populist.
An influential funding officer, educator, and thinker, she nurtured, inspired, and gathered countless kindred spirits, in part by taking the trouble to see and understand their work.
A dedicated journalist, playwright, and arts administrator, he spent the better part of his career in Toronto.
The storied Chicago actor is remembered by 2 longtime colleagues.
The innovative designer, author, teacher, and producer lived several lives in the theatre, but was always looking ahead for the next possibility.