Whether directing, writing, or irreverently adapting, the D.C.-based artist isn’t afraid of bringing himself to all his work.
Why some theatres—and their loyal audiences—keep eagerly boarding the repertory merry-go-round, season after grueling season.
The summer theatre entertains tourists, residents, and flying squirrels with classic plays in the woods.
The company will present a mix of classic and contemporary works in the meadows and woods north of the Wisconsin River.
Shakespeare, Beckett, and Sarah Ruhl are among those whose works will be featured in both indoor and outdoor theatrical spaces.
The couple honor theatrical history with a retrospective of great actors—Eleanor Duse, Sarah Siddons, Edwin Booth—and their greatest roles.
For summer 2015, the bill at American Players Theatre includes Shakespeare, Jane Austen, with a healthy dose of “Illiad” and Athol Fugard.
Bain Boehkle is stepping down as artistic director of the Jungle Theater. That plus new hires and staff transitions at various theatres nationwide.
Pioneering architects remind us that a theatre is more than just a building–and that, sometimes, it needn’t even be a building at all.
A once-shaky Midwestern arts community is replanting its resources on firmer ground.