You’ve raised money to build and staff your theatre—but without cash reserves, you’re just one disaster away from, well, disaster.
In a new installation/show in the Guthrie Theater’s Dowling Studio, artifacts of today become archeological curiosities.
Many new-play programs pay for plays get written and developed. How about one that sets aside money for future productions?
Stephen Adly Guirgis wins the $200,000 Steinberg Distinguished Playwright Award, Samuel D. Hunter wins the MacArthur “Genius” grant, and more awards and prizes round-up from our November 2014 issue.
From Beethoven to Irving Berlin, the versatile polymath has built a repertoire of solo shows about the lives and work of great musicians.
The dead of Père-Lachaise come to life in a fanciful new play at Pittsburgh Public Theater.
Formerly Making Books Sing, this New York-based company has dedicated itself to creating work by local artists, for local audiences.
The upside of data mining for theatres: the opportunity to do marketing with demonstrable ROI.
In staging Alice Childress’s obscure 1962 play, the classical-oriented Antaeus Company is making a statement about the play’s value—and its relevance.
Project Shaw insists on the relevance of not only of the late dramatist’s plays but of his criticism and activism, as well.