The ‘Office’ star has wanted to tackle Will Eno’s breakthrough monologue for a decade, and Geffen Playhouse had an open slot. Is he ready to get shouted at?
The son of Geffen founder Gilbert Cates will follow in his father’s footsteps and lead the Los Angeles theatre.
The Los Angeles theatre’s 2015-16 season will include a world premiere play by Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros, plus news plays from Laura Eason, Bess Wohl, John Patrick Shanley and Rajiv Joseph.
The Irish playwright talks about the ‘supernaturalism of the everyday,’ and about structure and ghosts and Dickens.
From Beethoven to Irving Berlin, the versatile polymath has built a repertoire of solo shows about the lives and work of great musicians.
An interview with the playwright about her play ‘The Jacksonian.’
From St. Ann’s new roof, to the L.A. Stage Alliance move, here’s the month in national news.
Move over, Ebenezer. U.S. theatres are hatching audience-pleasing alternatives to Dickens—and they want those shows to become seasonal traditions, too.
Calling all dramaturgs, one-time dramaturgs, would-be dramaturgs! What production in the coming season have you heard about that you wish you were working on as a dramaturg? What is it about this show that afflicts you with dramaturgical envy?