After 46 years as downtown San Diego’s resident theatre, the REP has decided to suspend operations while exploring options for a fiscally sustainable future.
The longtime artistic director of Oregon Children’s Theatre lived out his passion for supporting the development of others, both onstage and off.
In depicting a transphobic murder in Washington, Mikki Gillette’s new play sets out to show a young woman’s confidence in the face of chaos.
The actor talks about his voice and craft, his approach to an iconic role, and where the storm ends and the madness begins.
She succeeds Jonathan Shmidt Chapman as leader of the national organization for theatre made for children, young adults, and families.
Amy Freed, Julia Izumi, and Benjamin Benne have received commissions in the theatre’s 20×30: Reimagining the Anthropocene project.
A joint program of In Other People’s Shoes Productions and Camp Bob Waldorf, the pilot will center on a new play by José Cruz González.
The theatre’s development and communications director will step into the job previously held by Amy Zimerman.
The annual fellowship, established to support visionary Bay Area artists working in various disciplines, comes with unrestricted grants of $100,000, as well as supplemental support.
The former general manager and CFO for TheatreWorks Silicon Valley will join the leadership of ETC in Santa Barbara.