Slate includes revivals of Sondheim’s ‘Sunday in the Park With George’ and ‘The Fantasticks,’ as well as a new-works fest and world premieres by Michael Benjamin Washington and D. Tucker Smith.
A small, smart venue in a small, smart Iowa town keeps its eye on national trends and tends toward new, often challenging plays.
The state’s largest Equity house fosters collaboration, not competition, by partnering with nearby companies, including the Pollard Theatre and the Poteet Theatre.
At next year’s Inge fest, the writer of ‘Sight Unseen’ and ‘Dinner With Friends’ will receive a reading of his newest play, ‘The Country House,’ and offer a master class.
Minneapolis remembers a gentle mentor who shepherded young performers and never had a harsh word for anyone.
Paul Mesner Puppets cooks up one show each for Jewish, Christian and secular holiday observances.
Recent plays by Marcus Gardley and Lucas Hnath, a world premiere from Tracey Scott Wilson, comprise the theatre’s 24th season.
From the TBA Awards to Chicago’s literary slam WRITE Club, this week’s theatre podcasts hit close to home.
After six seasons at the helm, Wolf leaves the San Francisco-based company having doubled its budget and stepped up its new-play commitments.
In a new installation/show in the Guthrie Theater’s Dowling Studio, artifacts of today become archeological curiosities.