The resourceful, venue-less Big Easy company plans a range of offerings, including three immersive pieces.
The seasoned bicoastal theatremaker agrees in principle with Equity’s goals, but not its expectations or its tactics.
The North Carolina theatre’s 2015–16 has a varied lineup of four plays, half of them by Brits.
The company celebrates its 20th season with a reading series and a lineup of award-winning plays.
The LGBT theatre’s 2015–16 season features a series of West Coast premieres and a brand new musical.
The director/playwright and longtime leader of McCarter Theatre will receive the award at a ceremony on May 16.
The lineup includes a world premiere, a regional premiere and limited engagements alongside Shakespearean fare.
The season, partly selected by incoming artistic director Joseph Haj, is big on revivals, as well as area premieres of David Greig’s ‘The Events’ and Ayad Akhtar’s ‘Disgraced.’
The Creative Capital-administered grants go to 37 new live-arts projects, ranging from jazz to opera to performance art.
Dark comedies and dramas fill the theatre’s next season, by authors including James Graham, Liz Duffy Adams, David Gieselman and Enda Walsh.