Two weeks’ worth of free talk, including a new voice in the mix.
New plays by Steven Yockey and Kirsten Greenidge, plus a new ‘Snow Queen’ musical, are slated for the Massachusetts theatre.
For their version of Bram Stoker’s classic vampire tale, the design team at the Alley Theatre channeled the ghost of Edward Gorey.
The Texas theatre’s new season has a little bit of picking, a little bit of grinning, and plays about immigration, isolation, dreams and visions.
Language and culture, not race, are the faultlines in a new adaptation of Shakespeare’s tragedy by Norwegian director Stein Winge.
The state’s largest Equity house fosters collaboration, not competition, by partnering with nearby companies, including the Pollard Theatre and the Poteet Theatre.
The D.C.-based classical theatre’s 2015-16 slate will strip down ‘Salomé’ and put a dress on Billy Porter, who’ll play Kate in ‘The Taming of the Shrew.’
The African-American playwright will be recognized at Theatre Bay Area’s annual conference for his Lorca-inspired play ‘The House that will not Stand.’
The troupe announces a slate of classics, including two works by Shakespeare and one with Shakespeare as a character.
Theatre Under the Stars’ Broadway slate includes last year’s Best Musical Tony winner alongside three musicals built around British children.