The TCG conference closed with a panel of artistic leaders discussing artistic risk vs. institution-building, and feted two dedicated field veterans, Rhodessa Jones and Jim O’Quinn.
The season, partly selected by incoming artistic director Joseph Haj, is big on revivals, as well as area premieres of David Greig’s ‘The Events’ and Ayad Akhtar’s ‘Disgraced.’
Dozens of artists and companies will be part of the 2-month tribute to female playwrights.
The D.C.-based classical theatre’s 2015-16 slate will strip down ‘Salomé’ and put a dress on Billy Porter, who’ll play Kate in ‘The Taming of the Shrew.’
A retrospective, with images, on the work of set designer Ming Cho Lee.
American Theatre sat down with the “Ugly Better” star to talk about his new role in Jonathan Tolins’s one-man show, “Buyer & Cellar,” which is now touring around the country.
FringeNYC announces its 2013 Overall Excellence Awards, New Dramatists adds seven new writers to its residency program, Terrence McNally is honored at a multi-day celebration at Skylight Theatre, and more prizes and awards from our December 2013 issue.
Ayad Akhtar wins the Pulitzer, the American Theatre Wing honors Harold Prince, and more recent honors.
A spate of intense new productions shows how Eugene O’Neill’s theatrical vision deepened as his canvas tightened.
Anticipating hard times, the field is buttressed by strong numbers.