Gina Vernaci takes on a new leadership role at Cleveland’s PlayhouseSquare, where she’s worked since 1984.
Jeffrey Sweet on ACT’s momentous days in Chicago.
Though the San Jose Repertory Theatre in San Jose and the Prince Music Theatre in Philadelphia are closing, Performance Network Theatre in Ann Arbor reopens under new leadership.
Both the University of Chicago’s Court Theatre and the American Blues Theater have taken an interest in play adaptions of Richard Wright’s “Native Son.”
American Theatre sat down with Sandra Oh to talk about her work on “Death and the Maiden” at Victory Gardens Theater.
Northville, Michigan’s new production of James Kuhl’s play about a secret brotherhood, marks its maiden foray into new-play production.
The longtime outdoor theatre in Wisconsin chooses a new name that better reflects its venue and locale.
How the production team at Lookingglass Theatre conjures a fairy tale using minimal props, aerial effects and window markers.
A musical gets a makeover before its run at the Human Race Theatre Company.
Interrobang Theatre Project in Chicago and playwright Calamity West adapt Ibsen into “The Doll’s House: Ibsen is Dead.”