From a 1776 play about the American Revolution to ‘Hamilton,’ July has been a hot month for theatre.
We asked leaders at some of the nation’s small theatre companies which shows, both large and small, they were most looking forward to in the coming season.
The Austin troupe’s new immersive piece offers audiences an interactive space to wander, watch, play—and reflect on the world.
After losing its longtime home, the Austin theatre collective will hold events around the city next season.
The Austin-based company bid farewell to their home base, the Off Center, with an irreverent ode to impermanence.
The Austin couple juggle many different roles, but the most important ones are husband and wife.
From the African Grove to the first playwrights’ copyright, from Rude Mechs to the DMX512 dimmer protocol, this was an august month in theatre history.
Fairy tales, history both documented and reimagined, and works in translation are recurring themes this month.
An initiative inviting theatres to produce only work by underrepresented voices for an entire season—and no straight white males—has excited interest and controversy.
The experimental theatremaker takes her cues from the natural world, the subconscious, and feminist thought in her genre-defining works.