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.’
Artistic director Mark Clements says his 50-year-old theatre strives to stage plays that are redemptive—and reflective of a diverse and changing state.
In mounting Stephen Sondheim’s ‘Assassins,’ Milwaukee Rep created a revolving carnival on two turntables.
As they cope with a troubled economy, theatres position themselves for the future