The co-founder of Mabou Mines never rested on his laurels but kept driving his work forward, on stages large and especially small.
He had a lifelong, almost monk-like devotion to his muses, which included the people he worked with.
A close friend and a fellow performer remember her disarming presence, humor, and determination.
Though she seemed more than mere mortal, her life was defined by human connection.
The Bay Area theatre community mourns the loss of the the actor, maestro, and longtime member of El Teatro Campesino.
An influential teacher, director, and mime, he left a deep impression on audiences and students alike.
The great designer and teacher’s attention was intense and clarifying, bringing us closer to the heart of our work and closer together in community.
Remembering a Florida actor-playwright who came home.
Two Cleveland Play House staffers reflect on Moore’s remarkable contributions to Cleveland theatre, and American theatre writ large.
For decades, the founder of the Phoenix Theatre and Fonseca Theatre made exciting theatre in Indianapolis, and he had more in store.