Steve Martin, Jane Austen, and Shakespeare headline next season at The Old Globe.
The Northern California arts center will receive three years of financial assistance for a program of rural-community engagement.
The Old Globe’s newest Viola talks about same-sex attraction in Shakespeare, playing against type, and the wonders of Fiona Shaw.
The season will also include Lawrence Wright’s ‘Camp David,’ a world premiere play by Anna Ziegler, and new plays by Kimber Lee and Nick Payne.
Eleven fellows will participate in the program, which encompasses four different areas of study.
From a shooting at a theatre to the founding of one, from government crackdowns to government funds, a look back at previous Aprils in the American theatre.
Why have musical adaptations of Shakespeare plays become so plentiful?
Theatres are forming initiatives to make performances and theatre spaces more accessible.
The new musical from Robert L. Freedman and Steven Lutvak tells its grisly tale with just the right measure of taste, tone, and intent—and a whole lot of Jefferson Mays.