September looks back on theatre in the colonies, early playwright protections, Midwest theatre milestones, living newspapers, and two groundbreaking Broadway musicals.
In casting Jonathan Larson’s musical with all TGNC actors, director Bo Frazier’s new BoHo Theatre production not only brings new layers to the show—it also provides an example for others to follow.
He was like a father to many of us, so it shouldn’t be surprising that he did what a good father does: He kept showing up, and showing his love.
Two musical-theatre composers who died tragically young get new recordings to keep their songs in rotation.
No file left behind: Project calls for theatres, theatre companies to archive and preserve their past documents for the future.
Larson’s demise leaves his musical to speak for itself amidst the hype.
Larson shares his journey becoming a musical theatre writer, his inspirations, and the development process of the show.