From sibling performing groups to the opening of Westport Country Playhouse to Elaine May’s return to NYC theatre, June was bustin’ out all over with notable dates.
How Dallas Theater Center enriches audiences’ experience through reading.
Our Production Notebook feature has expanded to offer a deep dive into all aspects of stagecraft.
From a fine arts major turned playwright to a spoken-word artist inspired by gardening, here are some stage folks to keep your eye on.
Salt Lake Acting Company teamed up with Flying Bobcat Theatrical Laboratory and the Red Fred Project to stage a young boy’s book.
A pair of new books reveals how Joel Grey and the Yiddish theatre both drew on Jewish stage traditions of gravitas as well as schmaltz.
The choreographer/director discusses the new Toulouse-Lautrec musical at Long Wharf Theatre, with music by Charles Aznavour.
From theatre fires to epic outdoor performances to the Broadway premiere of ‘Shuffle Along,’ May had many theatrical milestones.
Cult-favorite musicals, murder mysteries, film adaptations, and more take the stage this month.
Though the regions’ names suggest they lack their own centers of gravity, culture helps forge a common identity in spite of war, plunder, and devastation.