Sans holiday stage offerings, theatres are raising funds and spirits with artists’ marketplaces this holiday season.
It’s going to be a long time before we’re back doing live theatre at full capacity indoors, but there is plenty of work to do until then.
Theatres in Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, and Idaho keep the theatre faith, and many or most employees, in hopes of a full return.
Two canceled 2019-20 productions highlight a shortened 3-show season.
Massimine joined the Salt Lake City company this month.
The slate includes a new academic drama by T.J. Brady and the U.S. professional premiere of Frank Wildhorn’s ‘The Count of Monte Cristo.’
A real-life controversy about a children’s book from 1959 is the basis for a new play with freshly relevant themes.
TCG’s Theatre Facts 2001 tracks the field’s course through troubled waters