The Canadian playwright of “The Best Brothers” didn’t know he had a play in him about an annoying but ultimately lovable new best friend.
The Hypocrites’ plucky, stripped-down takes on the G&S canon have become something of a sensation, and now they’re running them in a three-ring rep.
After three decades, the punk-rock/commedia troupe founded by a bunch of UCLA theatre grads has become an international force, and its star leader is still fighting the good fight.
A witness of the U.S. Civil Rights struggle happened to be on hand for the historic fall of the Berlin Wall, and the moment resonated.
Louisville’s burgeoning indie scene is attracting—and increasingly keeping—a flock of eager theatremakers.
Over three days in November, speakers and attendees worked through intertwining questions of finances, programming and diversity.
As Thanksgiving approaches, it’s not just holiday fare lighting up the nation’s stages but a notably large helping of Shakespeare, musicals, and provocative drama.
More than an acting exercise or a comedy gimmick, improv may have grown into the legit theatrical genre some of its pioneers always envisioned.
How a troupe of L.A.-based improvisers reawakened one critic’s taste for the possibilities of live theatre.
The distance from the Royal Shakespeare Company to the Improvised Shakespeare may not be as far as you think.