Also on deck for the Kentucky theatre are plays by Amy Herzog and Rebecca Gilman, ‘Peter and the Starcatcher’ and a few holiday favorites.
It’s not just the artistic directorship that’s changing hands at the growing Chicago ensemble.
The director left the company he founded to pursue his own muse. But he’s since learned that theatre is about community, and leadership is about service. Oh—and he had some time and money on his hands.
The company’s founding director returns to take back the reins from Halena Kays.
Twelve-hour Greek plays, white face, drag queens, gender parity…the contributors and editors of “American Theatre” reminisce on what they loved most in the theatre in 2014.
From little black dresses to jeans, bicycles to balloons, six memorable reinventions of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s “Into the Woods” from 2014 (not counting the movie).
The new issue touches on several artists and works dear to our theatregoing heart.
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.
The play ‘All our Tragic’ includes food breaks and the chance for audience members to sit down with the ensemble.
A brief look at theatre news across the country for the months of July and August.