She leaves the post after 5 years, to be replaced on an interim basis by former Victory Gardens artistic director Ken-Matt Martin.
Frank will join the theatre this month after working for years in nonprofit theatre, most recently at New York’s Waterwell.
What began as a dark thought experiment—what if Black folks just left America and its racist violence behind?—has grown into a scathing satire that speaks to something deep inside audiences.
With 3 plays opening within as many months of each other, the prolific writer talks about comedy, empathy, and his deep love for television.
The editors speak to the playwright of ‘Dream Hou$e,’ a new play about gentrification, sisterhood, and reality TV, now onstage at Long Wharf Theatre.
The new year-long effort aims to support artistic development at and among Baltimore Center Stage, Woolly Mammoth, Long Wharf, and the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis.
The work of organizing for a better world is already being done, and theatres have the chance—and the responsibility—to join it.
While the pandemic has theatres reevaluating their programming, some are also making shifts toward a more humane working environment.
From a ‘Dog Day Afternoon’ watch party to a Beethoven bio-play with music, this week offers many answers to the eternal question.
Virtual events across the country next week will commemorate the milestone and join the fight still yet to be won.