Emerging playwrights Mariah L. Richardson, Shualee Cook, and Kristin Idaszak have been selected to participate.
Samples of St. Louis stage work and an award for the Kranzberg Foundation highlighted both the city’s triumphs and its challenges.
Theatre in Missouri’s second largest city has variety and vibrancy, but does it cohere?
The co-founder of New York’s Waterwell will take the reins of the Missouri company.
The annual convening for theatre artists and practitioners will be held in Missouri next year.
Partnerships with local symphonies and playwrights commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Bard’s death.
He’s going back to his previous job at Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, he says, because it’s more artistic than administrative.
After just over six months as head of the Massachusetts theatre, Dildine will return to Shakespeare Festival St. Louis with a slightly different title.
Tony Simotes, Tina Packer’s successor at Shakespeare & Company will depart Nov. 10, leaving leadership to new exec director, Rick Dildine.
A brief look at theatre news across the country for the month of September.