From spiritual connections to channeling spirits, this month’s theatre pros run the gamut.
The Chicago advocacy organization Not in Our House joins theatres across the country in combatting sexual harassment.
The managing director of the Louisville theatre talks about what she’s learned and where she’s going in Minneapolis.
The festival lineup includes new work from Steven Dietz, Laura Jacqmin, Hansol Jung, Sarah Ruhl, and Jen Silverman.
From a cellist to a scenic designer, from New Haven to St. Paul, a cohort marked by versatility and vision.
The slate includes productions of new and classic works from the likes of Royal Shakespeare Company, Maly Drama Theatre of St. Petersburg, and Actors Theatre of Louisville.
Hnath is the first recipient of the Kesselring Prize since the award’s six-year absence.
A collection of not-so-straight plays, an ensemble-devised work and an African-American living-room play made up the main slate at Actors Theatre’s annual new-play gathering.
Inspired equally by ‘Star Wars’ and Charles Ludlam, the Philly troupe’s ‘I Promised Myself to Live Faster’ explores the intersection of tween sexual awakening and sci-fi fantasy.
The historian/playwright returns to Louisville with ‘The Glory of the World,’ a raucous tribute to the Trappist monk on what would be his 100th birthday.