After 36 years of artistry in the Gulf South, and a move to a permanent space that didn’t pan out, the theatre’s board president says they have “exhausted all options.”
Hayes will transition away from the New Orleans company as it gears up for a new collaborative producing model.
Making a show sound great in a theatre space is as much an art as a science, and there’s no substitute for being there.
Also slated for the mainstage are works by Tracy Letts, Karen Zacarías, Leslie Castay, Ian Hoch, Steve Yockey, and Pamela Davis-Noland.
The New Orleans theatre will have all productions in the same building after six years on the road.
The South depicted by an emerging group of playwrights is complicated and diverse, and there’s not a mint julep in sight.
Eight early-career theatre leaders will recieve grants to work with mentors at TCG member theatres.
The organization distributed more than $115,000 to support new play development.
The season features Lisa D’Amour, George Brant, Tennessee Williams, and Suzan-Lori Parks.
After years without the anchor of a home base, the leader of New Orleans’s preeminent theatre is steering the company to a snug new harbor.