In a state that tipped red decisively in 2016, the opportunity for theatrical dialogue across divides seems ripe and freshly urgent.
Caution may make sense in a crisis, but our long-term missions require us to make bolder choices.
Japan’s Tadashi Suzuki revisits SITI, the U.S. company he helped found 25 years ago.
The season will feature 13 productions, including world premieres, a holiday favorite, and a short-play festival.
How Dickens’s Christmas perennial is supporting inclusivity and outreach at theatres nationwide.
For a new play about gun violence, Milwaukee Rep teamed with the Zeidler Center to turn post-show dialogues into engaging and deeply personal experiences.
The season will feature Wisconsin native Ayad Akhtar’s ‘Disgraced,’ and a play about a local legendary basketball coach.
Award-winning director, educator, and multimedia theatre artist becomes the fifth leader in the history of the 45-year-old children’s theare company.
A play about how bullies got that way gets a staging at Huntington Theatre Company, while another of his plays is staged at Company One.
The theatre’s 2015–16 seasons spans three stages with a variety of musicals and dramas. World premieres include a new John Denver revue and Joanna Murray-Smith’s ‘American Song.’