We asked leaders at some of the nation’s small theatre companies which shows, both large and small, they were most looking forward to in the coming season.
Torney will succeed a.d. Tom Key, who led the theatre for 25 years, next summer.
The season will be the last under the direction of outgoing artistic director Tom Key.
Tom Key will retire from the Atlanta theatre that he’s led since 1995.
From a director of patron services in D.C. to a dramaturg in Illinois, here are some theatre folks you should have on your radar.
An experienced arts administrator joins the staff of the Atlanta company, succeeding Lee Foster.
Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon’s new play, a sort of ‘Pride and Prejudice’ sequel, makes a bid for the holiday canon.
When 5 Atlanta theatres joined to fundraise, they faced familiar roadblocks and found new avenues.
Foster will leave in the fall, and a search for a new managing director will begin in January.
The season will include musicals, contemporary dramas, and a reading series.