A new Dr. Seuss adaptation and a new play by Naomi Iizuka are part of the theatre’s musical-heavy season.
The Twin Cities native returns to the arts sector after spending five years working in higher education.
What happens when writers accustomed to grown-up audiences aim younger? The results can be rich and rewarding for all concerned—though there are pitfalls.
Returning to his native Canada after four seasons at CTC, Jennings with be Shaw Fest’s new executive director starting in the fall.
Among a group of new plays, imports and revivals, the D.C. theatre’s next season includes two shows set amid its hometown political scene.
From the Executive Director: why technical theatre training is so important.
Shape-shifting ensembles are surfacing on major U.S. stages, trailing new techniques and changing the playmaking rules.
The forecast is neither foul nor fair—and theatres are planning accordingly.
A continued recovery harbors some worrisome omens.
An interview with Melissa James Gibson about her play ‘Brooklyn Bridge.’