Also on the slate are two comedies by Lynn Nottage and revivals of work by former resident playwrights Athol Fugard, Will Eno, and Sam Shepard.
The writer and director will be recognized for ‘Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812.’
More than just a nice showcase for Josh Groban, ‘Dust and Ashes’ makes the non-linearity of mental illness dramatically compelling.
The composer behind ‘Great Comet’ and ‘Ghost Quartet’ makes music into theatre, and vice versa.
For the busy director, who also heads the TEAM, theatre is a continual search for the miraculous.
The ‘Great Comet’ composer returns to Russia for ‘Preludes,’ and this time it’s personal.
Sara Bareilles, Dave Malloy, Mark Rylance, Eve Ensler, the TEAM and Headlong Theatre are among the artists bringing work to the Boston-area theatre.
Ecuadorian theatre broke away from European conventions in the 1960s. Today’s artists are still venturing outside the theatre walls to engage audiences directly.
The awards and prizes that have been given out since our last issue.
Forget jukebox shows and rock stars; the American musical looks and sounds more like a jam session between indie bands and theatre artists.