The season, the last under artistic director Preston Whiteway, will take place entirely online.
The O’Neill has transitioned its summer programming online, with no events taking place at its Waterford, Conn., campus.
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.
What I learned from the critics and learned to tolerate the crickets.
The new-works incubator will support and present musicals, plays, puppetry, and other works in development.
The leader of the O’Neill’s literary office is dedicated to greater access for new and under-produced writers.
This year’s TCG Fall Forum on Governance challenged theatremakers and their boards to dig deep and think big.
Now in its fourth year, the fellowship honors directors Aprita Mukherjee, Tatiana Pandiani, Mei Ann Teo, Hannah Wolf, and Jenna Worsham.
The new-works incubator will present readings and developmental productions of plays and musicals, among them works by Beth Henley and Cori Thomas.
There’s no escape for or from the tortured Tyrones, as Flock Theatre stages O’Neill’s masterpiece in the intimacy of his family’s historic cottage.