One reporter who looked at how refugees find sanctuary onstage; another talked to DACA recipients who’ve made homes in the theatre.
McDonnell will be honored at a gala on May 21 at the WaterFire Arts Center in Providence.
The season will include the return of holiday favorites and new plays.
Members of the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle will teach kids aged 12-18 how to write about the arts.
A few words about a recent editorial.
A puppeteering adaptation of ‘King Lear’ kicks off the New York–based ensemble’s upcoming season.
Local playwright to be featured alongside Ayckbourn and Wilder.
Six grants have been given to support the development, production, and touring of artist-led, ensemble, and devised new works.
The Canadian playwright of “The Best Brothers” didn’t know he had a play in him about an annoying but ultimately lovable new best friend.
Deafness and disability have been marginalized from our stages. How can we change that picture?