Erik Lee Preminger recalls his life on the road with his famous mother, from hotel-room fried chicken to a gun-toting grandma—oh, and plenty of skin.
From the towering hats to the nostalgic songs, the beloved revue aimed for nothing but joy and hit that mark for decades.
A gathering last month in Georgia lifted up the work of Sharrell D. Luckett and Tia M. Shaffer, and their mentor, Freddie Hendricks, in developing empowering approaches for Black actors.
Atlanta isn’t the only Georgia city with a theatre scene: 100 miles south you can find live performance that’s vibrant, collaborative, and inclusive.
A new play about health-care inequity gets the new-works-festival treatment in Zimbabwe and California.
Professionals from the food and theatre world are collaborating on a new take on Shakespeare, complete with crudités.
The 35th summer season at Vassar & New York Stage and Film’s Powerhouse Theater marked the end of an era and the beginning of a new one.
18-year-olds Ekele Ukegbu and Ethan Kelso took home top Jimmy Awards after an emotional and entertaining event.
Between the push-ups, mud dances, cooing babies, jars of goose fat, and actual geese, what’s not onstage at the Jacobs can be as fascinating as what’s onstage.
In a big night for New York Theatre Workshop, ‘What the Constitution Means to Me’ and ‘Hurricane Diane’ were among top winners.