The North Carolina company will present a mix of virtual and socially distant theatre.
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.
The series of 10-minute plays by women and non-binary writers explores the passage of the amendment and its impact 100 years later.
Four artists have been selected to present works as part of the company’s 2020-21 programming.
The season will feature Lanford Wilson’s ‘Fifth of July,’ starring Trish Hawkins, in a reprise of her Broadway role.
This theatre company got its start in an old school auditorium with wedding-gift money.
Conservative theatremakers, some emboldened by Trump’s election, look for inroads onstage.
Stories about autism, Chicago shows, a musical about a young girl in 1890s Paris, and more take the stage this month.
Nine adaptations of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” ranging from American Repertory Theater to Cornerstone Theater, that shows you don’t need to do it as a straight play, or set it in Italy, to make it magical (though you can add real magic if you’re really ambitious).