From the birth of a Ringling Brother to the Neo-Futurists, a look at some larger-than-life happenings in past Decembers.
The original Tom Wingfield in the 1945 premiere of Tennessee Williams’s breakthrough play recalls its rocky, bittersweet road to the Broadway stage.
A precursor to the L.A. Stage Alliance forms, Charlie Chaplin’s final bow, and more that happened this month in history.
What happened in theatre history this month? We’ll tell you.
Theatrical milestones of Septembers past range from the start of van Itallie’s relationship with the Open Theater to the launch of the Arden.
Past Julys and Augusts witnessed birth, death, and the collapse of a theatre.
Take a look back at events that happened years ago.
‘2nd Greatest Show on Earth’ launches a season, while Mack the Knife has trouble gaining traction.
From Albee to Bacon, here’s what happened in theatre history this month.
In 1919, actors shut down Broadway, won an eight-show week and scored a major victory for American labor.