From ‘The Wizard of Oz’ to the Negro Ensemble Company, another eventful month on the stage.
The founding of the Old Globe and Cape Fear Regional Theatre, and other noteworthy December events.
A Gilbert & Sullivan premiere, direction by theatre pioneeer Nina Vance, and new leadership at Philly’s Walnut Street Theatre.
How vacations in the Poconos shaped the American musical.
The play’s original director, and a panoply of artists and scholars, reflect on the legacy and significance of Hansberry’s groundbreaking play.
The world’s oldest plays continue in our time to be staged, restaged, mulled over, written about. What accounts for their enduring fascination?