TCG’s annual Fall Forum and Theatre Facts shine a fresh spotlight on strategic planning.
At the Fisher Center at Bard College, director Daniel Fish reimagines Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic in the round, with no set changes and a focus on community.
The Bay Area actor brings intensity, vitality, and control to roles big and small, comic and otherwise.
When larger institutions open their doors to independent companies, it can be a win-win proposition.
The veteran TV actor returns to the stage for a new play about aging. And though the theatre’s in the California desert, there’s a cruise ship connection, natch.
The director likes to walk on theatre’s wild side, but can he keep the show going at NYC’s Flea Theater?
TCG’s 2014 industry report finds theatres in better health since the recession from playing it smart and building support.
From Sarah Bernhardt’s U.S. debut to the performance of ‘The Laramie Project’ in its eponymous Wyoming town, here are some notable dates in November.
From a cellist to a scenic designer, from New Haven to St. Paul, a cohort marked by versatility and vision.
American musicals have often returned to Asian themes and settings—as theatrical tourists. ‘Allegiance’ starts closer to home.