After a quarter century at the helm of ACT, the classics-minded director/playwright is quitting while she’s ahead.
His unprecedented tenure at Yale Rep may be topped off (fingers crossed) by a new theatre-and-school complex.
For the characters in Guillermo Calderón’s plays, daring to get things wrong can lead to a deeper understanding.
This month the ‘Malcolm’ mom will play the Stage Manager in a production with Pasadena Playhouse and Deaf West.
The actor reunites with her friend on ‘Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow,’ a modern take on ‘Three Sisters’ at Williamstown.
Jen Silverman’s dark comedy may be inspired by Victorian novels, but its skewering of gender and class is unapologetically modern.
The legendary Method company is still home, she says, for those who want to dig deep and surprise themselves.
From an administrator and performer in Seattle to a set designer in Pittsburgh, here are some theatre workers to have on your radar.
How Maria Irene Fornes shaped ‘Fefu and Her Friends,’ from a 1977 interview.
As Anne and Don Alsedek step down from the company they founded in 1983, they look back on a legacy of education and slow but steady growth.