Jonathan Norton’s new play, opening soon in Dallas and Louisville, finds the comedy and pathos in usher board culture.
The theatre says they’ll announce a 2023-24 season soon, though summer programming is off and the resident acting company will go back to show-to-show hiring.
Companies in Phoenix and Dallas hope to bring audiences back with open-air stagings as they wait for vaccination levels to make indoors safe again.
A spate of canceled shows from Louisville to Milwaukee were caught on video before the pandemic shutdown, and now you can watch them at home.
From the beginnings of companies around the U.S. to the first AIDS Day With(out) Art and an August Wilson premiere, December has included a variety of theatrical milestones.
Whether the weapons are real or fake, part of the show or not, your theatre needs to be prepared.
Along with Don X. Nguyen’s play about the North Korean Supreme Leader is a play about former Texas governor Ann Richards.
An account of the toll of #MeToo reporting, and a report on new-play cross-pollination.
How my reporting on one man’s abuse got tangled up with my own grief.
The season will feature a world premiere play by Dallas-based playwright Jonathan Norton.