The program, a collaborative effort among the Gamm and Rhode Island public universities, aims to mentor promising artists of color.
The company’s 35th season will feature a lineup exclusively by U.S. playwrights, 4 Rhode Island premieres, and the theatre’s first musical.
The season will contain five plays, including the American premiere of ‘The Night Watch’ by Sarah Waters.
A political satire by George Brant and a drama by Andrew Case about police brutality highlight a season that also includes Williams, Shakespeare and McDonagh.
Theatres are deftly negotiating the bumps and curves of an economy in flux. Theatre Facts 2011 tracks their progress.
Calling all dramaturgs, one-time dramaturgs, would-be dramaturgs! What production in the coming season have you heard about that you wish you were working on as a dramaturg? What is it about this show that afflicts you with dramaturgical envy?