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.
Four- to six-hour performances seem to be proliferating at this year’s Under the Radar and COIL festivals. Why do artists—and audiences—want to go long?
Fighting for freedom of expression in high school theatres can be a complicated cause, but it’s clearly a fight that matters for all theatre artists.
Playwrights superimpose ancient myths over contemporary concerns, in a theatrical alchemy that makes the old seem new again—and the new seem timeless.
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.
Mike Berkson has cerebral palsy, Tim Wambach has been his personal aide for years—and the two have got some funny stories to share.
From Gerswhin to Lin-Manuel Miranda, a look at January on stages past.
How one small London theatre has rallied the big ones to recognize and address the gender gap on U.K. stages.
Some theatres are finding ways to coach audiences into the world of the play before the curtain ever goes up.
Aaron Holland’s new musical expands a minor character from ‘War and Peace’ into an inspiration for a full-blown musical about a modern-day daydreamer.