Dramaturg Doug Langworthy shone his light on the work of others, but it finally couldn’t lead him out of his own private darkness.
He started as an actor and became a visionary director of classics, chiefly though not exclusively by Shakespeare.
A director and administrator known for championing new work, she is poised to lead one of the nation’s leading theatres.
Now under new leadership, the 14th iteration of this developmental festival again offered room, time, and shared energy to a crop of writers.
After leading a big transition at Portland Center Stage, he’s making one of his own to take the reins at Denver Center Theatre Company.
DCPA introduces the 39th season for its Theatre Company and the largest lineup yet for Off-Center.
Denver Center’s annual new-play festival, now in its 12th year, shows writers in dialogue with the moment.
The 12th annual event will feature three readings and two world premiere productions.
What to do when you’re writing for TV and worry you’ve lost your stage mojo? Write a play about writing for TV.
In a life spanning a century of artistic adventure, trans-Atlantic exchange, and behind-the-scenes machinations, Seawell’s greatest legacy was transforming downtown Denver.