Cry Havoc Theater responded to last year’s police killings with a docu-theatre piece about violence and healing.
Karen Hartman’s newest play was inspired by a controversial court for former prostitutes and those who run it.
Artists from the U.S. and London are adapting Ibsen’s play about a town with poisoned water in a town that is still in the throes of the same issue.
Remy Bumppo Theatre Company and Silk Road Rising coproduce Tanika Gupta’s cross-cultural Dickens adaptation.
In her newest play, Ziegler explores university sexual assault and the often murky concept of consent.
In six plays at Open Fist Theatre, a middle-aged actor with a murdered son goes to hell (literally) and back, and many points between.
The Nigerian-American playwrights puts ‘Sojourners’ and ‘Her Portmanteau’ into rep and talks about the other 7 in the cycle.
Geva Theatre Center brings the private war of victims to the stage.
Local authorities will read narratives written by immigrants at the Dairy Arts Center in Boulder.
Jeffrey Chastang’s play about unexpected paths had a similarly fortuitous trip to the stage.