From the birth of actor Phyllis Frelich to the opening of Vancouver’s Arts Club Theatre Company and premieres by Albee and Nottage, February has been a significant month for theatre.
How the Actor’s Workshop’s storied 1957 performance set the stage for collaborations between correctional facilities and U.S. theatres.
The musical by Cole Porter, Bella Spewack, and Samuel Spewack started out more female-focused. What happened?
From the Broadway debut of ‘Hello, Dolly!’ to the first performances of Steppenwolf and the Burt Reynolds Dinner Theatre, January was hardly a cold month for theatre.
From the deadliest theatre fire in U.S. history to a young Tennessee Williams’s fateful move to New Orleans, December was a momentous month.
Broadway may have reopened its theatres on Sept. 13, but it was Mary Zimmerman’s ‘Metamorphoses’ that seemed to capture and transform NYC’s grief.
From the first remote-controlled light board to the founding of the Alley Theatre, November has been a notable month in theatre.
Meet the driving force behind the institution that would become Milwaukee Repertory Theater.
From Jane Addams’s co-founding of Chicago’s Hull House to Jane Alexander as a fictional first female Supreme Court justice, October has been a notable month for theatre.
From Sophie Treadwell to David Mamet, from D.C.’s Kennedy Center to St. Paul’s History Theatre, September was a busy month for theatre.