The Los Angeles theatre’s 2015-16 season will include a world premiere play by Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros, plus news plays from Laura Eason, Bess Wohl, John Patrick Shanley and Rajiv Joseph.
TheatreWashington showered more awards than ever on D.C. theatre at the newly reorganized Helen Hayes Awards.
A newly devised ‘Antigone’ and Stoppard’s ‘The Hard Problem’ join ‘An Octoroon’ and ‘The Christians’ on the theatre’s slate.
Returning to his native Canada after four seasons at CTC, Jennings with be Shaw Fest’s new executive director starting in the fall.
The roster at the Houston theatre includes Richard Bean, Sharr White, Tom Stoppard and Jennifer Haley.
A new study finds that only around a quarter of plays produced in recent years were by women, with figures for directors and actors closer to parity.
The Connecticut theatre’s season will include a world premiere by Samuel D. Hunter and a revival of Emily Mann’s ‘Having Our Say.’
Five emerging directors from across the United States were selected from more than 350 applicants to participate in the first-ever National Directors Fellowship.
Arkansas Repertory Theatre and Indiana Repertory Theatre released statements this week opposing RFRAs in their state.
The bimonthly magazine plans to go online-only following the publication of its May/June issue.