As Cuba’s socialist economy changes, so do its citizens’ career options. What does this mean for Cuban theatre professionals?
Daniel Beaty and Moisés Kaufman join forces to bring the legendary actor/singer/activist to vivid life in ‘The Tallest Tree in the Forest.’
Shakespeare Santa Cruz artistic director Marco Barricelli retains his optimism despite the shuttering of the outdoor repertory theatre.
Tom Dudzick returns to the town of his birth to direct a self-penned play on faith, art, and the perils of show business.
The Ohio-based ensemble gears up for a new work about friendship, the power of which they know all too well.
The British playwright’s award-winning work receives a new staging from the Steppenwolf Theatre Company.
The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre rounds up $29,900 for a new teaching center, black playwright Ed Bullins is honored with his own season at the New Federal Theatre, and more from November’s news items.
The Ford Foundation’s four-step plan for achieving stability through capitalization has been all but forgotten; it must be remembered if the regional-theatre system is to thrive in today’s economic climate.
Tarell Alvin McCraney earns a MacArthur ‘Genius’ grant, Arthur Kopit is honored at the William Inge Festival and more awards from our November 2013 issue.
Bag&Baggage Productions, About Face, Theatre Aspen, and others undergo changes in their administrative and artistic staffs.