In the struggle to make work on tiny budgets, small theatres in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles may have more in common than not.
The season features 16 productions from all over the globe, with storytelling through shadows, puppetry, and music for the young, from toddlers to teens.
The California theatre plans a new musical by Kirsten Guenther, Cliff Downs and Katie Kahanovitz, plus plays by Josefina Lopez, Ricardo Khan and Harvey Fierstein.
She leaves the California theatre after three years in the post to take a job leading the San Diego Civic Theatre and the Balboa Theatre.
While his play about gangster clowns surfs the immersive-theatre wave, the well-known blogging playwright has other tricks up his sleeve.
For the Pasadena Playhouse’s newest associate a.d., community engagement and theatremaking aren’t just entwined, they’re inseparable.
From Beethoven to Irving Berlin, the versatile polymath has built a repertoire of solo shows about the lives and work of great musicians.
After countless workshops, readings, and revisions, Carey Crim’s “Conviction” is ready to open at the Rubicon, directed by Scott Schwartz.
Those who stepped down from an old position or stepped up to a new one in May and June.
Bag&Baggage Productions, About Face, Theatre Aspen, and others undergo changes in their administrative and artistic staffs.