The backstage-industry nonprofit recognizes Eyring’s legacy of leadership in the field as well as at Theatre Communications Group.
The longtime artistic director will step down in August after 15 years at the helm of one of California’s largest Shakespeare theatres.
Three new reports with data from 2012 show how much, and why, Americans participate in cultural activities. One takeaway: Get ’em while they’re young.
The longtime Old Dominion director makes the move to the West Coast, as Novato makes plans for a move from community to professional.
The New York City theatre’s 46th season will include a revival of ‘Dutchman’ and the world premiere of Baraka’s final play, about W.E.B. DuBois.
The three-stage Massachusetts theatre will present a slate of musical revivals and new plays.
The Tony winner will be in residence at the theatre, where he’ll develop writing and directing projects, starting this month.
The Atlanta theatre’s playwriting prize comes with a world premiere production for Hébert’s ‘THE C.A. Lyons Project.’
The White House intends to appoint a longtime L.A. theatre leader to the National Council on the Arts.
Susan Stroman, F. Murray Abraham and Frank Rich are among the newest inductees.