The season will feature a world premiere, a cult classic, and a sequel to Qui Nguyen’s ‘Vietgone.’
Last week Stephen Buescher, a former instructor and choreographer, filed a detailed complaint against the theatre and school.
The veteran Bay Area actor/director may fret about keeping her mind clear, but only so she can keep working at full steam.
She will take over as the executive director of American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco in August.
Pam MacKinnon’s inaugural season will feature recent plays from Nottage, Backhaus, Udofia, and Yee, as well as classics.
The Tony-winning Broadway and regional freelance director succeeds longtime leader Carey Perloff.
Mark Jackson will lead American Conservatory Theater’s acting training program.
After a quarter century at the helm of ACT, the classics-minded director/playwright is quitting while she’s ahead.
A Bay Area writer sits down with an outgoing theatre giant, and a historian looks at theatre’s starring role in U.S. arts advocacy.
The San Francisco theatre has added a world premiere musical, ‘Small Mouth Sounds,’ and a ‘Hamlet’ starring John Douglas Thompson to its lineup.