Footsteps on the roof, mischief-making specters, self-opening doors, and more fill our annual Halloween anthology of tales from haunted theatres.
Theatre folks from Alaska to Ohio to Misssissippi tell us where they’re seeing the most change and what they’d like to see on a stage in the coming season.
The married team will serve as co-artistic directors of the Philly company, replacing Paige Price.
A seasoned executive leader, he will succeed Susie Medak in a role she’s held for 32 years.
The longtime arts leader will leave the New York company for a role at Rhode Island’s largest arts organization.
As companies head toward reopening with an eye on institutional change, many former employees are feeling left behind.
He leaves the company after six years, triggering a nationwide search for his successor.
The company will return with a five-show season.
Plenty of Scrooge is on offer from the nation’s theatres, as well as Dorothy Gale, Richard III, Satchmo, and more.
The company will shift its focus to anti-racism work, education initiatives, and digital content.