Gavin Reub, a founder of the Seagull Project in Seattle, describes the company’s experiences when they took their theatre to Uzbekistan.
Elaine Avila interviews Lisa Wolpe, the director and artistic leader of the LA Women’s Shakespeare Company whose specialty is playing Shakespearean men.
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.
After countless workshops, readings, and revisions, Carey Crim’s “Conviction” is ready to open at the Rubicon, directed by Scott Schwartz.
Jordan Harrison’s “Marjorie Prime,” about artificial intelligence among other things, runs at Center Theatre Group’s Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles.
The versatile and busy director talks about her devotion to both art and activism, and how she’s fused the two with Public Works.
A play about teens bonding over ‘Leaves of Grass’ weaves together Jerry Lee Lewis, Coltrane, and some spooky poetic serendipities.
In Seattle, TeenTix has worked out a simple and efficient strategy to turn teens into active patrons of the arts.
Twitter isn’t the only new tenant in the quickly changing Tenderloin and Market neighborhoods. A brace of theatres, large and small, are claiming their place in the new San Francisco.
A new staging of Madeleine L’Engle’s sci-fi classic is the newest entry in director Tracy Young’s genre-hopping, ensemble-focused career.