In trying to strike a healthier work/life balance for their staff and artists, theatres find that flexibility, space, and planning are key.
From a car-driven opera in L.A. to a roller coaster musical in Chicago, from education projects to exciting turnovers, fall is busting out all over.
I never thought I’d write a sequel, but then I had an idea—and now I have ‘A Comedy of Tenors,’ in which Tito and company get an encore.
Teen councils aren’t just about building young audiences; they’ve grown into powerful leadership-building and advocacy tools.
Award-winning director, educator, and multimedia theatre artist becomes the fifth leader in the history of the 45-year-old children’s theare company.
The TCG conference closed with a panel of artistic leaders discussing artistic risk vs. institution-building, and feted two dedicated field veterans, Rhodessa Jones and Jim O’Quinn.
The site for the 2015 TCG conference is a city on the rebound, and Cleveland Play House and Cleveland Public Theatre are key players in the upsurge.
Featuring an uneasily eclectic bag of themes, this year’s new-play festival tackles Black History Month, labor unions and Alzheimer’s.
The New York theatre honors recognize a resident theatre leader as it enters its 100th year.
Cleveland Play House will present a mix of contemporary and classic plays during its 2015–16 season