She’s tackled nearly every kind of role at every kind of theatre, and this purple-haired local treasure shows few signs of skipping town or slowing down.
In response to the president’s speech, a new U.S. arts-and-culture agency issues a call for stories and poems as part of a plan create new civic rituals.
The Los Angeles-based classical collective has a new leader with nonprofit experience.
The former founding artistic director of California’s Capital Stage Company is tapped to lead the South Florida theatre.
The San Diego theatre’s 2015-16 season has West Coast premieres and a rotating rep. Also this season: a new associate artistic director, Rob Lutfy.
The backstage-industry nonprofit recognizes Eyring’s legacy of leadership in the field as well as at Theatre Communications Group.
While his play about gangster clowns surfs the immersive-theatre wave, the well-known blogging playwright has other tricks up his sleeve.
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, here are 10 notable recent productions of Katori Hall’s oft-produced two-hander.
From the fanciful to the profound, and all points in between—including the fanciful and profound, i.e., Gertrude Stein—this week onstage boasts as wide a range of authors, genres and theatre sizes as we’ve seen in a long while.
A real-life controversy about a children’s book from 1959 is the basis for a new play with freshly relevant themes.