September looks back on theatre in the colonies, early playwright protections, Midwest theatre milestones, living newspapers, and two groundbreaking Broadway musicals.
How the queerness of fairy tales and musicals, once coded and now more open, has always spoken—and sung—directly to me.
Twenty years after he premiered the musical Off-Broadway, director Michael Greif promises an all-new production, with a 1,500-person studio audience.
Jinkx Monsoon talks up “The Vaudevillians” at Seattle Rep.
Led by Scott Miller, this small theatre revives mostly nontraditional musicals, giving new life to underrated shows and shining new light on contemporary classics.
No file left behind: Project calls for theatres, theatre companies to archive and preserve their past documents for the future.