Those who stepped down from an old position or stepped up to a new one in July and August.
A brief look at theatre news across the country for the months of July and August.
Team Sunshine Performance Corporation and West Philadelphia’s Shakespeare in Clark Park co-produce an epic volunteer staging of Shakespeare’s history play.
The Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company in Washington D.C. brings back “Stupid Fucking Bird,” Aaron Posner’s riff on Chekhov’s “The Seagull.”
In its New York premiere, a play about publishing and intimacy in the Internet age, starring Billy Magnussen and Anna Gunn, gets an upgrade.
Northville, Michigan’s new production of James Kuhl’s play about a secret brotherhood, marks its maiden foray into new-play production.
The longtime outdoor theatre in Wisconsin chooses a new name that better reflects its venue and locale.
From the Bay Area to Miami, here are nine musical theatre writers across the country who are making a name for themselves.
The internet is spreading musical theatre like Benj Pasek and Justin Paul’s “Edges” to a wider audience, and allowing small productions to become big hits.
Led by Scott Miller, this small theatre revives mostly nontraditional musicals, giving new life to underrated shows and shining new light on contemporary classics.