Those who stepped down from an old position or stepped up to a new one in May and June.
The awards and prizes that have been given out since our last issue.
We take a look back at the major historical moments in theatre in May and June.
The new play at Incubator Arts Center focuses on health care, but not in the way you imagine.
Lisa Loomer’s “Living Out,” which premiers at the Gala Hispanic Theatre, utilizes supertitles to reach a wider audience.
Actor/writer/composer Nick Blaemire’s pop musical “A Little More Alive,” directed by Sheryl Kaller, runs at Kansas City Repertory Theatre
A musical gets a makeover before its run at the Human Race Theatre Company.
Interrobang Theatre Project in Chicago and playwright Calamity West adapt Ibsen into “The Doll’s House: Ibsen is Dead.”
Director Aaron Posner teams up with Teller to include magic in their production of “The Tempest” at the American Repertory Theater.
How hip-hop in Senegal sparked a revolution—social, cultural, artistic and political—for the nation’s youth.