The first month on the calendar saw the births of three 20th-century giants, the resuscitation of another’s career, and more.
Sans holiday stage offerings, theatres are raising funds and spirits with artists’ marketplaces this holiday season.
From the first staging of an English-language on U.S. soil to the founding of Arena Stage, August has been a hot month for theatre.
The season will open in January of 2021 will ‘Celia and Fidel,’ which was cut short this spring.
The new initiative will allow patrons to purchase art directly from Arena Stage artists.
From the first Black character on a U.S. stage and a fire at NYC’s Park Theatre to the birth of the Guthrie in Minneapolis and a protest in D.C., May has been a notable month for theatre.
Though we’re cut off for the time being from our greatest source of strength, human kindness will get us through this crisis.
The Cuban American playwright, who knew the former dictator as a child, makes him the subject of his new play at Arena, ‘Celia and Fidel.’
The season will feature five world premieres, including works from Theresa Rebeck, Craig Lucas, Mike Daisey, and more.
7 playwrights who’ve honed their craft without the coveted degree tell how their roads diverged.