For 23 years this Miami theatre has made short-form theatre a priority, a specialty, and something of a superpower.
Florida’s most populous city will play host to theatremakers from all over the country and the world next June 5-7.
Masterson, who served as the company’s leader from 1981 to 2000, will return to the helm later this summer.
Fairy tales, history both documented and reimagined, and works in translation are recurring themes this month.
The theatre’s 41st seasons will include five area premieres and a world premiere from Keith Reddin.
The current managing director of the Contemporary American Theatre Festival will bring his new-play passion to Pittsburgh.
As they cope with a troubled economy, theatres position themselves for the future