The artistic director has served 17 seasons and produced 88 shows at the Northern California theatre.
A new program from TYA/USA, which partners its writers with 24 major TYA theatres, is billed as the largest such effort ever undertaken in the field.
The annual new-play series, featuring plays by Keith Bunin, Idris Goodwin, Noelle Viñas, and Lia Romeo, runs Dec. 1-12.
Under the slogan ‘It’s About Time,’ AEA members will gather to push for a better deal on Broadway understudies, scheduling, and workplace safety.
The program will allow for 15 applicants to shadow, observe, or support experienced choreographers and directors during a production process.
JCA Arts Marketing’s study showed declines in seats sold and revenue per performance, driven in part by last year’s omicron surge.
Starting Dec. 1, Slight will temporarily replace Cody Estle, who is leaving Raven to serve as artistic director of Next Act Theatre in Milwaukee.
Next week’s awards ceremony will feature a conversation among Hausmann, playwright Sarah Ruhl, and the author’s nephew, Tappan Wilder.
In the newly created position, Hunter succeeds the company’s former producing director and director of external affairs.
Moses will be awarded $15,000 and a reading of his play ‘The Ally’ at Theater J’s annual benefit next week.