You’ve got to make concessions to your theatregoers’ tastes for food and drink.
In addition to the usual perennial holiday fare, December shows repurpose classic tales for all ages.
The Los Angeles theatre company will present works for Spanish- and English-speaking audiences.
In his version of the grim fairy tale for 24th Street Theatre, Bryan Davidson adds music and human dimension.
From Honolulu to Boston, a look at institutions that produce theatre for young audiences.
Art or social service? That’s a false choice for this small but committed L.A. theatre, where theatrical excellence and community service are inextricably intertwined.
As the battle over L.A.’s non-remunerative 99-seat plan comes to a head, players on either side have radically different prognoses for the health of the city’s sprawling theatre scene.
Amid heated arguments over the city’s version of the Equity showcase code, a real and resonant debate about artists’ compensation seems to be emerging.
From haunted tours to “Dracula,” theatres get in on the Halloween action.
Daniel Pearle wins the Laurents/Hatcher Foundation Award, Stephen Colbert is honored by Lookingglass Theatre Company, and more awards from our March 2013 issue.