A musical version of the Shakespeare play, created in the wake of one school shooting, will get a staging in a community still mourning their own loss.
North Carolina Black Repertory Company is preparing another can’t-miss biennial week of new work, networking, and mentorship opportunities.
Spanish artist Lucía Miranda shares tales of the Magic City with adventurous audiences in the immersively intimate ‘I am Miami.’
Last year Erin Treadway broke bones and stopped the show, but now she’s back in Leegrid Stevens’s solo piece about a weightless trip to Mars.
In Dallas, teens band together to devise a play about gun violence, built on 30+ interviews with victims and NRA members.
How FDR’s forgotten ‘Tree Army’ is retaking the stage in Alabama.
For a new Guthrie revival, choreographer Maija García has created gritty new dances that give the Jets and Sharks a fresh spin.
Why I followed the playwrights and director of ‘Red Hills,’ En Garde Arts’ new play about the Rwandan genocide, in a pilgrimage to the country where it’s set.
The ‘Falsettos’ and ‘Spelling Bee’ composer tries his hand at the Kaufman/Ferber backstager about a clan of larger-than-life stage creatures.
Adam Kraar’s new play about the electrical workers’ community of Electchester examines its mix of idealism, racism, and class conflict.