Dramas dealing with race and diversity continue to grow in numbers following the George Zimmerman case.
Global theatre news for this month, from Chile to Norway.
The original Tom Wingfield in the 1945 premiere of Tennessee Williams’s breakthrough play recalls its rocky, bittersweet road to the Broadway stage.
It started as a kind of theatrical dare—what can really be conveyed onstage in 60 seconds? Now its creator takes his “barometer project” on the road.
Staff changes and trasitions are taking place from the Hippodrome Theatre in Gainesville to The Murphy Theatre in Wilmington.
The historic Saenger Theatre reemerges after Hurricane Katrina, NEA reports a study on national theatre attendance, Chicago Shakespeare Theater celebrates 25th anniversary, and more from December’s round-up of news items.
The prolific actress’s passion for the stage took her from Michigan, to New York, to the shores of Cape Cod.
Geidt was a founding member of both the Yale Repertory Theatre and American Repertory Theater.
Annie Baker and Rajiv Joseph win the Steinberg Distinguished Playwright Award, Amy E. Hughes receives the Barnard Hewitt Award for theatre research, and a round-up of more prizes and awards from our December 2013 issue.
Carlton Leake takes Houston audiences to Africa in his newest holiday show “Djembe and the Forest of Christmas Forgotten” at the Ensemble Theatre.