A classicist at heart, the beloved dramaturg and translator was also a fierce champion and close reader of new work.
His ‘Boys in the Band’ was more than just a play, and to those close to him, he was more than just a writer.
She was a creature of the theatre with an exquisite voice and an unshakeable presence, and oh, how she held the stage.
The Utah Shakespeare Festival founder constantly searched for opportunities to make a difference.
He started as an actor and became a visionary director of classics, chiefly though not exclusively by Shakespeare.
The writer, editor, and professor leaves behind a legacy of joy and generosity as well as his influential contributions to performance scholarship.
The writer behind ‘Mame,’ ‘La Cage aux Folles,’ and ‘Hello, Dolly!’ wasn’t just a genius—he was a mensch.
How one of the nation’s leading repertory theatre actors, who evoked universal admiration for his own work, returned the favor.
This London-based Trinidadian, who had a series of popular plays at Arena Stage in D.C., brightened every room he came into.
The St. Paul-based director, best known for his association with August Wilson, elicited inspiring work from artists at every level.