The season will include co-productions, a new-play festival, and two world premieres.
Plays on some pet presidential subjects—immigration, U.S. history, the presidency itself—stir uneasy new resonances.
These NY-based artists specialize in adding circus to musical theatre, but their new ‘Godspell’ at Arkansas Rep is all circus, all the time.
Geva Theatre Center brings the private war of victims to the stage.
The 11-show slate includes world premieres, including one about some local icons.
The event will include readings of new plays by Mat Smart, Michelle Auger, Carter W. Lewis, and area students.
The season will begin with a newly renovated lobby at the theatre.
The managing director of the Chicago-based company will take on the role of co-CEO and managing director at the Rochester theatre.
After nearly five years in upstate New York, Parrish will take a similar position in Providence.
A blues legend who lived in Rochester, N.Y., for 20 of his quieter years is the subject of a citywide celebration and a new play by Keith Glover.