October recalls the extraordinary career of a 19th-century performer, the founding of both an Indianapolis institution and a West Coast bilingual theatre project, as well as the premieres of 2 very different works by queer Latinas on the East Coast.
A director with bicoastal credits and extensive experience developing new work, she will succeed NYTW’s longtime leader Jim Nicola.
From festival readings to benefit cabarets, on-demand stage captures to immersive soundscapes, there’s no shortage of at-home theatre.
Formerly incarcerated individuals and corrections officials make a strong case.
Also on the slate are the West Coast premiere of ‘Tiny Beautiful Things’ and world premieres by CJ Lee, Laurel Ollstein, and Ken Ludwig.
Our magazine doesn’t include the Bard on its annual most-produced lists, but this year he snuck his way to the top anyway.
The slate includes new plays by José Cruz González and Anna Zeigler, and a musical based on ‘Benny & Joon.
A grueling photo shoot puts actors’ training to the test.
The founding of the Old Globe and Cape Fear Regional Theatre, and other noteworthy December events.