A Chicago-bred director, producer, and teacher, Berry will join Penobscot executive director Jen Shepard to lead the company’s 49th season.
New England theatremakers Aaron Jafferis, Articine, Bess Welden, Sam Plattus, and creative team Gail Burton and Josie Bray have been awarded grants to support their work.
The longtime arts leader will leave the New York company for a role at Rhode Island’s largest arts organization.
For 2 new plays at the Huntington, the ‘Luck of the Irish’ playwright draws on her family dynamics and Boston roots, respectively.
The second annual youth playwriting festival, currently accepting short play submissions from students in grades 3-12, aims to bring theatre education into Boston area classrooms.
The editors speak to the playwright of ‘Dream Hou$e,’ a new play about gentrification, sisterhood, and reality TV, now onstage at Long Wharf Theatre.
The theatremaking couple, recently thrown into an unexpected controversy over their purported sequel to ‘West Side Story,’ are living out their own tale of cross-cultural exchange.
He will leave his post as general manager at Yale Rep to co-lead ART with artistic director Diane Paulus starting in June.
After 57 years in one place, the influential theatre will become itinerant to better serve its community, though a theatre ‘hub’ anchoring its many partnerships may be in its future.
The former leader of San Francisco’s Magic Theatre and of NYC’s Women’s Project, she will take the helm of the Boston theatre in July, filling a vacancy left by Peter DuBois’s resignation.